Visual Programming Language (VPL)
Definition - What does Visual Programming Language (VPL) mean?
VPL employs techniques to design a software program in two or more dimensions, and includes graphical elements, text, symbols and icons within its programming context.
Visual programming language is also known as executable graphics language.
Techopedia explains Visual Programming Language (VPL)
Visual language has a few types, such as icon-based languages, diagramming languages and form-based language. Visual languages should not be confused with GUI-based programming language as they only provide graphical program authoring services. However, their code/context is completely textual.
Kodu, Blockly and executable UML are popular examples of visual programming languages.
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