Can be interpreted or compiled: 
    $ eui hello.ex 
    Hello, World! 
    $ euc hello.ex 
    Building... gcc -o hello hello.c 
    $ ./hello 
    Hello, World! 

Welcome to OpenEuphoria

Euphoria is a powerful but easy-to-learn programming language. It has a simple syntax and structure with consistent rules, and is also easy to read. You can quickly, and with little effort, develop applications, big and small, for Windows, Unix variants (Linux, FreeBSD, ...) and OS X.

Euphoria was first released as shareware way back in 1993. Nowadays, it is being developed as an open source project that is community driven and maintained. The language has evolved into a sophisticated tool for programmers.

Surprising to many, Euphoria is one of the fastest interpreted languages around however for more speed and ease of distribution Euphoria also includes an integrated Euphoria to C translator. Euphoria provides subscript checking, uninitialized variable checking, garbage collection, and numerous other run-time checks, and is still extremely fast.

Euphoria is a general purpose programming language with a large library base making it usable for a variety of tasks. Its use of simple English words rather than punctuation enables you to quickly read the source code and understand it. Please read some Sample Code for yourself.

Current News

WIN Named Pipes for EU3 --- Jean-Marc DURO

WIN Named Pipes for EU3 3K Jean-Marc DURO Oct 14/17

Port of OpenEuphoria std/pipeio.e to Euphoria 3.11. Uses some routines of EU3 Standard Library.

GEN Euphoria 3.1.1 syntax highlighting for nano editor --- Shian Lee

GEN Euphoria 3.1.1 syntax highlighting for nano editor 2K Shian Lee Oct 10/17

Euphoria 3.1.1 syntax highlighting file for GNU nano editor. nano is an enhanced free Pico clone; a small, free and friendly editor.

GEN ED.EX macro mod --- James Cook

GEN ED.EX macro mod 36K James Cook updated Oct 2/17

ED.EX from Euphoria v4.0.5 modified for recordable macros. Current features are: 100 programmable macros ESC, j accesses the macro menu, view/record/stop-record/select-current-macro from the macro menu, F12 plays the current macro. Be careful to save your work, and use ESC, m to compare changes. example: ESCAPE,'f',CR,ARROW_RIGHT,BS,'e' Oct 2: added feature: save and load macros to and from file(s)

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