What Is Marlowe?
Marlowe is a programming language created by the University of Cambridge in England. It was designed to be an easy-to-learn, high-level language that could be used for both scientific and commercial applications. Marlowe has been around since the late 1970s and is still actively developed today. The language features strong typing, object orientation, garbage collection, exception handling, and other modern features. It also supports multiple platforms including Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac OS X and iOS devices.
Marlowe’s syntax is based on Pascal but with some modifications to make it easier to learn for beginners. Its main purpose is to provide a simple way of writing programs without having to worry about low level details such as memory management or data types. This makes it ideal for teaching students how to program computers as well as creating small scale projects quickly and easily. Marlowe can also be used for larger projects due its support of libraries which allow developers access powerful functions from within their codebase without needing any extra knowledge or effort on their part.