The Centum Programming Language
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Centum is an interpreted language that is intended to make it easy to express algorithms in, and is a hybrid between functional programming and object oriented programming. To learn more install Centum or visit the project homepage.

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June 28, 2005

Centum 0.1.5 Released
Just a minor update


May 27, 2005

No New Version This Month
There will be no new version of Centum released this month. Donít worry, work on Centum will continue, itís just that things have been a bit hectic around here. There are a few additions to the GUI modules, but not enough to justify a new release. Also coming soon/eventually is a fast sprite module based on DirectX 8. Hopefully this will allow me to write cool little games in Centum. Something to look forward to I hope.


May 18, 2005

RSS Feed
Not a big update, but I've made an RSS Feed for the convenience of regulars or anyone who's generally interested in updates. Click here for more information about RSS Feeds.


April 27, 2005

Centum 0.1.4 Released
The 0.1.4 is a performance release, with only a few new modules. The performance however is 2x or more faster. Also in this version of the release the Centum API has been fully documented with Doxygen.


March 26, 2005

Centum 0.1.3 Released
Today I am proud to announce the release of the long delayed 0.1.3, mainly because I was dragging my heels. As usual this release includes all the features you know and love (see past releases for details). New to version 0.1.3 is an IDE for those of you who need syntax highlighting, spellchecking, the ability to handle multiple files, and integrated compiling and running of scripts. Also new is the Java interface. Because Centum does not have extensive libraries of its own yet we have added the ability to create and use java objects. This means with a little work anything provided by the java libraries is yours to use in Centum (you must have java installed to use this feature). Documentation on the IDE and on the java interface can be found in Centum/Module Documentation.
Sorry for the delay -- Diana

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