Hindi Programming Language

SKTN Hindi Programming Language (HPL) is a high level programming language with the distinguishing feature of being in Hindi (primary language of India) developed by the Indian developer Shamit Kumar Tomar. The language is currently in its initial stage and is developing continuously. The first beta of the language and the accompanying IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is released on August 29, 2007.

The Hindi Programming Language has been developed to target the over 350 million Hindi speaking population. According to Comrie (1998 data),[8] Hindi is the second most spoken language in the world.

The Hindi Programming Language is designed to be easy to learn and use. The language not only allows programmers to easily create simple applications in their native language, but also has the flexibility to develop fairly complex applications as well. The programs are compiled to Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL) that can run on any machine where .NET Framework 2.0 is installed.

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Program to print Hello World on screen:

कार्य खाली मुख्य ( )
     लिखें "Hello World!"
खत्म कार्य

Program to input time from user and greet him/her accoordingly:

कार्य खाली मुख्य ( )      अंक समय       लिखें "Enter current time"
     पढें समय        अगर [ समय < 12 ]
        लिखें "Good Morning"
  वरनाअगर [ समय >= 12 और समय < 16 ]
           लिखें "Good Afternoon"
  वरना              लिखें "Good Evening"
  खत्म अगर
  खत्म कार्य

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Cheers,

Vaibhav

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2 Responses

  1. Has anyone looked at Alice programming language developed at CMU to be converted to Hindi?

    Check out http://www.alice.org

    – Atul

  2. This is cool man 🙂

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