ZPL (programming language)
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ZPL (short for Z-level Programming Language) is an
Originally called Orca C, ZPL was designed and implemented during 1993-1995 by the Orca Project of the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the
ZPL uses the array abstraction to implement a
ZPL is translated into a conventional
The creators of ZPL were: Brad Chamberlain, Sung-Eun Choi, E Christopher Lewis, Calvin Lin, Jason Secosky, Larry Snyder, and W. Derrick Weathersby with assistance from Ruth Anderson, A.J. Bernheim, Marios Dikaiakos, George Forman, and Kurt Partridge.
ZPL's status as an active project is in question; the latest "What's new" item on the front page of the official website is dated 9 January 2005.