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ZOPL is a programming language created by Geac Computer Corporation in the early 1970s for use on their mainframe computer systems used in libraries and banking institutions. It had similarities to C and Pascal.

ZOPL stood for "Version Z, Our Programming Language".

ZOPL is still in use at CGI Inc. (formerly known as RealTime Datapro), who ported it to VAX/VMS and Unix in the 1980s, and to Windows in 1998. It currently (2009) runs on Windows XP/2000/2003 and Red Hat Linux. The RTM (formerly ZUG - ZOPL Utility Generator) language compiler and runtime framework are written in ZOPL.

Outside of CGI, ZOPL has not been in general use since the late 1980s, although there is still 1 known working system where it is found embedded in programs written in the KARL programming language.

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