A+: a programming language for people who like to program
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A+ Screenshots

Use of graphics is optional. Many A+ programs are compute engines with no screen components at all. However, the graphics capabilities of A+ are a key feature. A+ employs the Morgan Stanley Tool Kit (MStk) for screen graphics and other functionality. The interpreter coupled with MStk is a powerful programming tool to create intense user interfaces with relative ease and a great deal of flexibility. Here a few screens hastily dumped to have something on this page for you to look at.

Thanks to the designers
of www.xemacs.org for
their inspirational look
and feel.
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