PEARL, or Process and experiment automation realtime language, is a computer programming language designed for multitasking and real-time programming. Being a high-level language, it is fairly cross-platform. Since 1977, the language has been going under several standardization steps by the Deutsches Institut für Normung. The current version is PEARL-90, which was standardized in 1998 as DIN 66253-2. PEARL is not to be confused with the similarly named Perl, an entirely unrelated programming language created by Larry Wall in 1987.

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  • PEARL [pɜːɹl] ist eine Echtzeit- und Multitasking-Programmiersprache nach DIN 66253. Sie findet besonders unter RTOS-UH Anwendung. PEARL steht für Process and Experiment Automation Realtime Language und hat nichts mit der Skriptsprache Perl zu tun. (de)
  • PEARL, or Process and experiment automation realtime language, is a computer programming language designed for multitasking and real-time programming. Being a high-level language, it is fairly cross-platform. Since 1977, the language has been going under several standardization steps by the Deutsches Institut für Normung. The current version is PEARL-90, which was standardized in 1998 as DIN 66253-2. PEARL is not to be confused with the similarly named Perl, an entirely unrelated programming language created by Larry Wall in 1987. (en)
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  • PEARL [pɜːɹl] ist eine Echtzeit- und Multitasking-Programmiersprache nach DIN 66253. Sie findet besonders unter RTOS-UH Anwendung. PEARL steht für Process and Experiment Automation Realtime Language und hat nichts mit der Skriptsprache Perl zu tun. (de)
  • PEARL, or Process and experiment automation realtime language, is a computer programming language designed for multitasking and real-time programming. Being a high-level language, it is fairly cross-platform. Since 1977, the language has been going under several standardization steps by the Deutsches Institut für Normung. The current version is PEARL-90, which was standardized in 1998 as DIN 66253-2. PEARL is not to be confused with the similarly named Perl, an entirely unrelated programming language created by Larry Wall in 1987. (en)
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  • PEARL (de)
  • PEARL (programming language) (en)
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