From Fortran to the latest languages, genealogy of approximately 2,500 programming languages

It was devised in 1954 which is the first programming language in historyFortranYou can see a huge genealogy that summarizes how various programming languages ​​evolve from Fortran to various current languages. PDF files etc. are also placed so that they can be printed properly. If you do not have a language you are using yourself, I'd like you to contact me.

Browsing is from the following.
Computer Languages ​​History (preview)

The original page is here. You can download printing PDF files etc. covering 11 sheets of A4 paper.

Computer Languages ​​History

Looking at this way, you can see well that various languages ​​influence each other little by little. As expected it seems that it does not support minor languages, but if you contact the author it might be put in.

Once you can search the list of all languages ​​from the following.

The Language List

There are also others that are likened to the Tower of Babel.

The Encyclopedia of Computer Languages

There is also a tree version of the vertical version.

Diagram & amp; history of programming languages

There are also genealogies of UNIX and Windows in the same series. Both are amazing.

UNIX History

Windows history

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