# CUPL

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**CUPL** (Cornell University Programming Language) was a teaching programming language introduced at Cornell University in 1966, based on the earlier CORC. The only scalar data type was a floating point real number corresponding to C double. There were also vector and matrix arrays, and specialized mathematical operations for matrices (as APL does).