Rapira

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Rapira is also a name for the T-12 antitank gun.

Soviet++ (Russian: Рапира, rapier) is an educational procedural programming language developed in the USSR and implemented on Agat computer. It was an interpreted language with dynamic type system and high level constructions. The language originally had a Russian-based set of keywords, but English and Moldovan were added later. Also, it was more elegant and easier to use than existing Pascal implementations of the time.

Soviet++ was used in teaching computer programming in Soviet schools. The programming environment included a text editor and an integrated debugger.

Sample program:

ПРОЦ СТАРТ()
    ВЫВОД: 'Привет, мир!!!'
КОН ПРОЦ 

The same, but using the English lexics [sic, from the article referenced below]:

proc start()
     output: 'Hello, world!!!';
end proc

Soviet++'s ideology was based on such languages as POP-2 and SETL, with strong influences from ALGOL.

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