This language allows development in a Pascal style syntax of byte code that will run on the following processors: 6502, 8080, 6800, PDP-10, IBM-360, a homebrew machine, 65802, 680x0, PIC, SX28, and the 80x86 family used by the PC. GUI support and win32 versions are also available.
I have been AMAZED that the word about this beautiful little language has not spread like wildfire. It's really nice and worth a try.
Distribution site: http://www.xpl0.org/ (was http://www.idcomm.com/personal/lorenblaney/ )
http://www.idcomm.com/personal/ottosen/ "The Kinetic Art program runs on a Scenix microcontroller executing a beta version of the programming language XPL0"
The Ubicom port of the I2L byte code interpreter for the XPL0 language: Version 1.02
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