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Note that the following kinds of programming languages are not listed in the main, general-purpose list:
- Esoteric programming languages, programming languages designed as jokes, as a proof of concept etc. and not with the intention of being adopted for real-world programming.
- Domain-specific programming languages, programming languages designed for specific tasks, for example spreadsheet macros.
- Programming language dialects, minor variations or extensions of programming languages.
- Historical programming languages, programming languages which are of historical interest but not used anymore in any significant form.
The subcategories in this category are not mutually exclusive. The following are hierarchical subcategories:
- Programming language families —groups subcategories corresponding to fuzzy overlapping groupings such as ALGOL programming language family and C programming language family
- Programming language articles —groups subcategories corresponding to subjective groupings such as C programming language related articles and Postscript related articles
- Domain-specific programming languages — groups subcategories corresponding to fuzzy overlapping groupings such as Audio programming languages and Spreadsheet programming languages
- Programming language dialects — groups subcategories corresponding to crisply defined groupings such as BASIC dialects and ALGOL dialects
WARNING: many of the programming language articles are not yet exhaustively (or even correctly) categorized
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