Microsoft Visual Programming Language

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Visual Programming Language (VPL)
ParadigmVisual programming,
dataflow programming
Filename extensions.mvpl

Microsoft Visual Programming Language, or VPL, is a visual programming and dataflow programming language developed by Microsoft for the Microsoft Robotics Studio.[1][2] VPL is based on the event-driven and data-driven approach.[3] The programming language is distinguished from other Microsoft programming languages such as Visual Basic and C#, as it is the only Microsoft language that is a true visual programming language. Microsoft has utilized the term "Visual" in its previous programming products to reflect that a large degree of development in these languages can be performed by "dragging and dropping" in a traditional wysiwyg fashion.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "From MSDN Docs". MSDN.
  2. ^ Setting Up Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio to Program Your Mindstorms NXT
  3. ^ Robot as a Service in Cloud Computing

Further reading[edit]

  • Johns, Kyle; Taylor, Trevor (2008). Professional Microsoft® Robotics Developer Studio. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-0470141076.

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