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Cited by 2 Bibliography of software Command-line and Unix shell Arguably the most basic type of computer program are shell scripts, usually called shell or shell scripts. They are used to automate repetitive tasks or to write programs for which no interactive interface is available. A very simple shell script can be used for collecting debugging information for a program, but a more sophisticated script can be used to automate an installation process. One of the earliest Unix tools was the Bourne shell, developed by Stephen Bourne. Other common shells include the Bourne Again Shell (bash), the C shell, the POSIX Korn Shell (ksh), and the Z shell. C and C++ C and C++ support many features that are specific to the languages, such as the ability to declare variables with different types, and to incorporate the functionality of libraries into your code. C is a strict, relatively simple and standardized programming language. C was originally designed as a portable, low-level language for writing operating systems. The designers were aware that many people, including those who do not program, have a need for higher-level languages and standard libraries for applications. Many C compilers provide code generation tools to minimize the code size, as well as support for other features such as exception handling, memory management, networking, graphics, etc. Common libraries for C include the Standard Template Library, the dynamic library interface, and the International Components for Unicode. A C++ compiler usually generates code that can be compiled separately into a library or shared object. A common use for C++ is for writing frameworks. C++ code is normally compiled into a shared object or dynamic library, so that it can be loaded in memory at runtime and shared between multiple processes. Objective-C Objective-C is a C-based programming language with additional classes, objects, protocols, and messaging. Objective-C is mostly used to build graphical applications. Objective-C includes features that allow it to interoperate with other programming languages, such as: Interfaces Abstract data types Inheritance MVC Open and closed interfaces Categories Protocols Forward declarations Messaging Objective-C is also used for Smalltalk, as well as for the deprecated subset of the C standard library BSD-compatibility header. Objective-C supports asynchronous communication





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