Romanian Page: Rodin
1 .The Rodin Language, a small implemented pseudocode for teachers , a C-style language,specially designed fot teachers and students from România, ideal for teaching algoritms.
* Rodin/Download * Rodin/News * Rodin/Examples * Rodin/FAQ * Rodin/Others *
Last Version's Codename: Rodin ExperimentExp12 launched on 29'th of august 2009. Details on the Rodin/News page. Downloads from the Rodin/Download page.
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1.1 Latest news - Tech. news
The statement called "citeste v[e];" used to read vectors IS implemented. Also the switch. Please made your own collection of programs but do not forget to note which version of the Rodin Language was used for program. To get an IDE please download Total Edit and try it. You have just to define one or two options in the tools menu. Don't forget to specify:The IDE will run Rodin.exe programfile.txt Extra documentation can be found in the .zip archive or on the Rodin/Download page.
1.2 . Latest mounth news - teaching news
1.3 . FAQ
Rodin/FAQ. Here you can find explanations concerning the Rodin Language itself and The Rodin Platform for Language Development.
1.4 . Download !
1. The Rodin Language: Rodin/Download. Various examples for lessons are available in the archives.
2. The IDE "Total Edit" from the Codertools website: Total Edit Download IDE !. Or directly from here: http://download.codertools.com/TotalEditStd_5_2_8_install_en.msi
3. An Install HowTo telling how can you make Rodin and Total edit to work together.
1.5 . Articles from scientific Journals
Can be find in the .zip archive, inside a directory called docs. Images and descriptions how to configure Rodin are included.An Windows / Wine installer can be found on this page: Rodin/Download. 50-60 examples of programs are available in the archive, suitable for small lessons.
1.6 . Other editors
1.You may also want to use The Ultra Edit.
2.Or you may want to try X-Emacs....
The romanian version of the Rodin page: http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Rodin.