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Hello World Koleksiyonu

Gönderim Haziran 11th, 2012

Hemen hemen her yeni programlama dili ogrenen kisilerin kullandigi kaynaklarda “Hello World” metnini yazdirarak uygulamalarina baslamislardir. Tum bu dillerde kullanilan Hello World denemelerini bir araya toplayarak buyuk bir koleksiyon yapmislar.

Koleksiyon, dunyadaki pek cok insanin yardimlariyla toparlanmis ve Wolfram Rösler tarafindan derlenerek olusturulmustur. 3 ekim 1994’de olusturulmaya baslanilan bu koleksiyon, 30 Aralik 1999’da internet ortamina aktarilmistir.

Ve internet ortaminda buldugum son guncel hali olan 25 Eylul 2010 tarihli bu koleksiyonu sizlerle paylasiyorum.


1C-Enterprise
Message(“Hello, World!”);

4Test
testcase printHelloWorld()
print(“Hello World!”)

ABAP4
REPORT ZHB00001.
*Hello world in ABAP/4 *
WRITE: ‘Hello world’.

Action!
PROC Main()
PrintE(“Hello World!”)
RETURN

ActionScript 3.0
var t:TextField=new TextField();
t.text=”Hello World!”;
addChild(t);

Actionscript-Flash5
trace (“Hello World”);

ActionScript-Flash8
class HelloWorld
{
private var helloWorldField:TextField;
public function HelloWorld( mc:MovieClip )
{
mc.helloWorldField = mc.createTextField(“helloWorldField”, mc.getNextHighestDepth(), 0, 0, 100, 100);
mc.helloWorldField.autoSize = “left”;
mc.helloWorldField.html = true;
mc.helloWorldField.htmlText = ‘<font size=”20″ color=”#0000FF”>Hello World!</font>’;
}
}

import HelloWorld;
var hw:HelloWorld = new HelloWorld( this );

Actionscript-FlashMX
_root.createTextField(“mytext”,1,100,100,300,100);
mytext.multiline = true;
mytext.wordWrap = true;
mytext.border = false;

myformat = new TextFormat();
myformat.color = 0xff0000;
myformat.bullet = false;
myformat.underline = true;

mytext.text = “Hello World!”;
mytext.setTextFormat(myformat);

Ada
with Text_IO;
procedure Hello_World is

begin
Text_IO.Put_Line(“Hello World!”);
end Hello_World;

ADVPL
User Function Hello()
Local cMsg := “Hello, world!”
conout(cMsg)
MsgInfo(cMsg)
Return

Algol-60
‘BEGIN’
‘COMMENT’ Hello World in Algol 60;
OUTPUT(4,'(”(‘Hello World!’)’,/’)’)
‘END’

Algol-68
( # Hello World in Algol 68 # print((“Hello World!”,newline)))

Alpha-Five-Xbasic
‘ Hello World in Alpha Five Xbasic
ui_msg_box(“The ‘Hello World’ Collection”, “Hello World”, UI_ATTENTION_SYMBOL)

amharic
Hello World in amharic (in JavaScript)
<%@ language=”javascript” %>
<html><body>
<%
Response.Write(‘Hello World!’);
%>
</body></html>

Amiga-E
-> Hello World in Amiga-E
PROC main() IS WriteF(‘Hello World\n’)

AMOS
Rem Hello world in AMOS
Print “Hello world!”

APC
probe program
{
on_entry log (“Hello, world!\n”);
}

APL
Hello World for APL. “[]” and “<-” are a single character in APL.
Comment character is Alt-comma.
[]<-‘Hello World!’

AppleScript
display dialog “Hello World”

Arena
print(“Hello World!”);

Argh!
j       world
lppppppPPPPPPsrfj
hello,      *  j
qPh

ASP-C#
<!– Hello World for ASP.NET using C# –>
<% @ Page Language=”C#” %>
<% =”Hello World!” %>

ASP-JavaScript
Hello World for Microsoft ASP (in JavaScript)
<%@ language=”javascript” %>
<html><body>
<%
Response.Write(‘Hello World!’);
%>
</body></html>

ASP-VBE
<!– Hello World in ASP-VBE (Visual Basic Script Encided) –>
<html>
<script language=”VBScript.Encode”>#@~^HQAAAA==@#@&HdTAK6PrCsVKP    WMV[Zr@#@&HwcAAA==^#~@</script>
</html>

ASP-VBS
Hello World for Microsoft ASP (in VBScript)
<%@ language=”vbscript” %>
<html><body>
<%
Response.write “Hello World!”
%>
</body></html>

ASP.NET
<!– Hello World in ASP.NET –>
<%= “Hello World!” %>

Assembler-6502-AppleII
**********************************
*                                *
*      HELLO WORLD FOR 6502      *
*    APPLE ][, MERLIN ASSEMBLER  *
*                                *
**********************************
STROUT     EQU    $DB3A ;OUTPUTS AY-POINTED NULL TERMINATED STRING
LDY    #>HELLO
LDA    #<HELLO
JMP    STROUT
HELLO    ASC    “HELLO WORLD!”,00

Assembler-6502-C64
; Hello World for 6502 Assembler (C64)
ldy #0
beq in
loop:
jsr $ffd2
iny
in:
lda hello,y
bne loop
rts
hello: .tx “Hello World!”
.by 13,10,0

Assembler-68000-Amiga
; Hello World in 68000 Assembler for dos.library (Amiga)
move.l  #DOS
move.l  4.w,a6
jsr     -$0198(a6)      ;OldOpenLibrary
move.l  d0,a6
beq.s   .Out
move.l  #HelloWorld,d1
A)      moveq   #13,d2
jsr     -$03AE(a6)      ;WriteChars
B)      jsr     -$03B4          ;PutStr
move.l  a6,a1
move.l  4.w,a6
jsr     -$019E(a6)      ;CloseLibrary
.Out    rts
DOS          dc.b    ‘dos.library’,0
HelloWorld   dc.b    ‘Hello World!’,$A,0
Assembler-68000-AtariST
; Hello World in 68000 Assembler (Atari ST)
move.l #helloworld,-(A7)
move   #9,-(A7)
trap   #1
addq.l #6,A7
move   #0,-(A7)
trap   #1
helloworld:
dc.b “Hello World!”,$0d,$0a,0

Assembler-68008
; Hello World in 68008 Assembler (Sinclar QL)
move.l #0,a0
lea.l  mess,a1
move.w $d0,a2
jsr    (a2)
rts
mess dc.w   12
dc.b   ‘Hello World!’,10
end

Assembler-8051
— Hello World in Assembler for the Intel 8051 (MSC51)
Org 0
mov dptr,#msg
mov R0,#30h
loop:
clr a
movc a,@a+dptr
jz end
mov @R0,a
inc R0
inc dptr
sjmp  loop
end:
jmp $
msg:
db ‘Hello World”,0

Assembler-ARM
; Hello World in ARM code assembler, with RISC OS software interrupt
SWI “OS_WriteS”
EQUS “Hello World!”
EQUB 0
ALIGN
MOV PC,R14

Assembler-Darwin-PPC
; Hello World in Assembler for the Darwin Power-PC
.data
.cstring
.align 2
msg:
.asciz “Hello world!\n”
len = . – msg
.text
.align 2
.globl _start
_start:
li r0,4
li r3,1
lis r4,ha16(msg)
ori r4,r4,lo16(msg)
li r5,len
sc
li r0,1
li r3,0
sc

Assembler-DG-Nova
.TITL HELLO
02                      ; “HELLO, WORLD” FOR NOVA RUNNING RDOS
03                      ; USES PCHAR SYSTEM CALL
04                      .NREL
05                      .ENT START
06
07              START:
08 00000’022424 DOCHAR: LDA 0,@PMSG     ; LOAD AC0 WITH NEXT CHARACTER,
09 00001’101015         MOV# 0,0,SNR    ; TEST AC0;
10 00002’000412          JMP DONE ; SKIPPED IF NONZERO
11 00003’006017         .SYSTM
12 00004’010000         .PCHAR          ; PRINT FIRST
13 00005’000413          JMP ER ; SKIPPED IF OK
14 00006’101300         MOVS 0,0        ; SWAP BYTES
15 00007’006017         .SYSTM
16 00010’010000         .PCHAR          ; PRINT SECOND
17 00011’000407          JMP ER ; SKIPPED IF OK
18 00012’010412         ISZ PMSG        ; POINT TO NEXT WORD
19 00013’000765         JMP DOCHAR      ; GO AROUND AGAIN
20
21 00014’006017 DONE:   .SYSTM          ; NORMAL EXIT
22 00015’004400         .RTN
23 00016’000402          JMP ER
24 00017’063077         HALT
25 00020’006017 ER:     .SYSTM          ; ERROR EXIT
26 00021’006400         .ERTN
27 00022’063077          HALT
28 00023’063077         HALT
29
30 00024’000025’PMSG:   .+1     ; ADDRESS OF FIRST WORD OF TEXT
31                      ; NOTE BYTES ARE PACKED RIGHT-TO-LEFT BY DEFAULT
32 00025’042510         .TXT /HELLO, WORLD!<15><12>/ ; THAT’S CR LF
33       046114
34       026117
35       053440
36       051117
37       042114
38       006441
39       000012
40 00035’000000         0 ; FLAG WORD TO END STRING
41
42                      .END START
Assembler-HLA
; Hello World for Intel compatible High Level Assembler
program HELLO;
#include( “stdlib.hhf” );
begin HELLO;
stdout.put(“Hello World”,nl);
end HELLO;

Assembler-IBM-370
ITLE ‘Hello World for IBM Assembler/370 (VM/CMS)’
HELLO    START
BALR  12,0
USING *,12
*
WRTERM ‘Hello World!’
*
SR    15,15
BR    14
*
END   HELLO

Assembler-Intel
; Hello World for Intel Assembler (MSDOS)
mov ax,cs
mov ds,ax
mov ah,9
mov dx, offset Hello
int 21h
xor ax,ax
int 21h
Hello:
db “Hello World!”,13,10,”$”

Assembler-Itanium
/* Hello world for IA64 (Itanium) Assembly */
.HW:
stringz “Hello World”
.text
.align 16
.global main#
.proc main#
main:
.prologue 14, 32
.save ar.pfs, r33
alloc r33 = ar.pfs, 0, 4, 1, 0
.vframe r34
mov r34 = r12
adds r12 = -16, r12
mov r35 = r1
.save rp, r32
mov r32 = b0
.body
addl r14 = @ltoffx(.HW), r1
;;
ld8.mov r14 = [r14], .HW
;;
st8 [r34] = r14
ld8 r36 = [r34]
br.call.sptk.many b0 = puts#
mov r1 = r35
;;
mov ar.pfs = r33
mov b0 = r32
.restore sp
mov r12 = r34
br.ret.sptk.many b0

Assembler-Linux
;; Hello World for the nasm Assembler (Linux)
SECTION .data
msg    db    “Hello, world!”,0xa ;
len    equ     $ – msg
SECTION .text
global main
main:
mov     eax,4        ; write system call
mov     ebx,1           ; file (stdou)
mov     ecx,msg         ; string
mov     edx,len         ; strlen
int     0x80        ; call kernel
mov    eax,1        ; exit system call
mov     ebx,0
int     0x80        ; call kernel

Assembler-MIPS
## Hello Word in Assemlber for the MIPS Architecture
.globl main
main:   jal hwbody              #call Hello Word Procedure
trap 10                 #exit
hwbody: addi $30, $30,-4        #we need to preserve
sw $4, 0($30)           #existing values in register 4
addi $4,$0,72           # H
trap 101
addi $4,$0,101          # e
trap 101
addi $4,$0,108          # l
trap 101
trap 101                # l
addi $4,$0,111          # o
trap 101
addi $4,$0,32           # <space>
trap 101
addi $4,$0,87           # W
trap 101
addi $4,$0,111          # o
trap 101
addi $4,$0,114          # r
trap 101
addi $4,$0,108          # l
trap 101
addi $4,$0,100          # d
trap 101
addi $4,$0,33           # !
trap 101
addi $4,$0,10           # \n
trap 101
done:   lw $4, 0($30)           #restore values
addi $30, $30, 4        #in register 4
jr $31                  #return to the main

Assembler-MMIX
*    Hello World in Assembler
*    for the MMIX Computer
LOC   #100
Main   GETA  $255,String
TRAP  0,Fputs,StdOut
TRAP  0,Halt,0
String BYTE  “Hello, world!”,#a,0

Assembler-PA-RISC
// Hello World written in PA-RISC 2.0 assembly code
.LEVEL  2.0N
.SPACE  $TEXT$,SORT=8
.SUBSPA $CODE$,QUAD=0,ALIGN=4,ACCESS=0x2c,CODE_ONLY,SORT=24
main
.PROC
.CALLINFO CALLER,FRAME=16,SAVE_RP,ORDERING_AWARE
.ENTRY
STW     %r2,-20(%r30)   ;offset 0x0
LDO     64(%r30),%r30   ;offset 0x4
ADDIL   LR’M$3-$global$,%r27,%r1        ;offset 0x8
LDO     RR’M$3-$global$(%r1),%r1        ;offset 0xc
STW     %r1,-56(%r30)   ;offset 0x10
ADDIL   LR’M$3-$global$+16,%r27,%r1     ;offset 0x14
LDO     RR’M$3-$global$+16(%r1),%r26    ;offset 0x18
LDW     -56(%r30),%r25  ;offset 0x1c
LDIL    L’printf,%r31   ;offset 0x20
.CALL   ARGW0=GR,ARGW1=GR,RTNVAL=GR     ;in=25,26;out=28;
BE,L    R’printf(%sr4,%r31),%r31        ;offset 0x24
COPY    %r31,%r2        ;offset 0x28
LDW     -84(%r30),%r2   ;offset 0x2c
BVE     (%r2)   ;offset 0x30
.EXIT
LDO     -64(%r30),%r30  ;offset 0x34
.PROCEND    ;
.SPACE  $TEXT$
.SUBSPA $CODE$
.SPACE  $PRIVATE$,SORT=16
.SUBSPA $DATA$,QUAD=1,ALIGN=8,ACCESS=0x1f,SORT=16
M$3
.ALIGN  8
.STRINGZ    “Hello World”
.BLOCK  4
.STRINGZ    “%s\n”
.IMPORT $global$,DATA
.SPACE  $TEXT$
.SUBSPA $CODE$
.EXPORT main,ENTRY,PRIV_LEV=3,LONG_RETURN
.IMPORT printf,CODE
.END

Assembler-PDP11
;       Hello World in Assembler for the DEC PDP-11 with the
;    RSX-11M-PLUS operating system
;
.title Hello
.ident /V0001A/
.mcall qiow$s, exit$s
.psect $code,ro,i
start:  qiow$s #5,#5,,,,<#str, #len, #40>
exit$s
.psect $data,ro,d
str:    .ascii / Hello World!/
len=.-str
.end start

Assembler-PDP8
/ Hello World in Assembler for the DEC PDP-8
*200
hello,    cla cll
tls            / tls to set printer flag.
tad charac    / set up index register
dca ir1        / for getting characters.
tad m6        / set up counter for
dca count    / typing characters.
next,    tad i ir1    / get a character.
jms type    / type it.
isz count    / done yet?
jmp next    / no: type another.
hlt
type,    0            / type subroutine
tsf
jmp .-1
tls
cla
jmp i type
charac,    .            / used as initial value of ir1
310 / H
305 / E
314 / L
314 / L
317 / O
254 / ,
240 /
327 / W
317 / O
322 / R
314 / L
304 / D
241 / !
m6,        -15
count,    0
ir1 = 10
$

Assembler-VP
; Hello World in VP Assembler for intent (Amiga Anywhere)
.include ‘tao’
tool ‘home/hello’,VP,TF_MAIN,8192,0
ent (-:-)
qcall lib/print,(hello_world.p : i~)
ret ()
entend
data
hello_world:
dc.b “Hello World!”,ASCII_LF,0
toolend

Assembler-Win32
; Hello world in Assembler for the Win32 architecture
TITLE Hello world in win32. Tasm
VERSION T310
Model use32 Flat,StdCall
start_code segment byte public ‘code’ use32
begin:
Call MessageBox, 0, offset sHallo, offset caption, 0
Call ExitProcess, 0
start_code Ends
start_data segment byte public ‘data’ use32
sHallo  db ‘Hello world’,0
caption    db “Hi”,0
start_data Ends
End begin

Assembler-z390
; Hello World for z390 IBM compatible mainframe assembler
HELLO CSECT
USING *,15
WTO ‘Hello World’
BR 14
END
Assembler-Z80-Console
; This is a “Hello World” program for Z80 and TMS9918 / TMS9928 / TMS9929 /
; V9938 or V9958 VDP.
; That means that this should work on SVI, MSX, Colecovision, Memotech,
; and many other Z80 based home computers or game consoles.
;
; Because we don’t know what system is used, we don’t know where RAM
; is, so we can’t use stack in this program.
;
; This version of Hello World was written by Timo “NYYRIKKI” Soilamaa
; 17.10.2001
;
;———————————————————————-
; Configure this part:
DATAP: EQU #98 ; VDP Data port #98 works on all MSX models
; (TMS9918/TMS9929/V9938 or V9958)
; #80 works on SVI
; (for other platforms you have to figure this out by your self)

CMDP: EQU #99 ; VDP Command port #99 works on all MSX models
; (TMS9918/TMS9929/V9938 or V9958)
; #81 works on SVI
; (for other platforms you have to figure this out by your self)
;———————————————————————–
; Program starts here:
ORG 0 ; Z80 starts always from here when power is turned on
DI ; We don’t know, how interrupts works in this system, so we disable them.
; Let’s set VDP write address to #0000
XOR A
OUT (CMDP),A
LD A,#40
OUT (CMDP),A
; Now let’s clear first 16Kb of VDP memory
LD B,0
LD HL,#3FFF
LD C,DATAP
CLEAR:
OUT (C),B
DEC HL
LD A,H
OR L
NOP ; Let’s wait 8 clock cycles just in case VDP is not quick enough.
NOP
JR NZ,CLEAR
; Now it is time to set up VDP registers:
;—————————————-
; Register 0 to #0
;
; Set mode selection bit M3 (maybe also M4 & M5) to zero and
; disable external video & horizontal interrupt
LD C,CMDP
LD E,#80
OUT (C),A
OUT (C),E
;—————————————-
; Register 1 to #50
;
; Select 40 column mode, enable screen and disable vertical interrupt
LD A,#50
INC E
OUT (C),A
OUT (C),E
;—————————————-
; Register 2 to #0
;
; Set pattern name table to #0000
XOR A
INC E
OUT (C),A
OUT (C),E
;—————————————-
; Register 3 is ignored as 40 column mode does not need color table
;
INC E
;—————————————-
; Register 4 to #1
; Set pattern generator table to #800
INC A
INC E
OUT (C),A
OUT (C),E
;—————————————-
; Registers 5 (Sprite attribute) & 6 (Sprite pattern) are ignored
; as 40 column mode does not have sprites
INC E
INC E
;—————————————-
; Register 7 to #F0
; Set colors to white on black
LD A,#F0
INC E
OUT (C),A
OUT (C),E
;—————————————-
; Let’s set VDP write address to #808 so, that we can write
; character set to memory
; (No need to write SPACE it is clear char already)
LD A,8
OUT (C),A
LD A,#48
OUT (C),A
; Let’s copy character set
LD HL,CHARS
LD B, CHARS_END-CHARS
COPYCHARS:
LD A,(HL)
OUT (DATAP),A
INC HL
NOP ; Let’s wait 8 clock cycles just in case VDP is not quick enough.
NOP
DJNZ COPYCHARS
; Let’s set write address to start of name table
XOR A
OUT (C),A
LD A,#40
OUT (C),A
; Let’s put characters to screen
LD HL,ORDER
LD B,ORDER_END-ORDER
COPYORDER:
LD A,(HL)
OUT (DATAP),A
INC HL
JR OVERNMI
NOP
NOP
; Here is address #66, that is entry for NMI
RETN ;Return from NMI
OVERNMI:
DJNZ COPYORDER
; The end
HALT
; Character set:
; ————–
ORDER:
DEFB 1,2,3,3,4,0,5,4,6,3,7
ORDER_END:
CHARS:
; H
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %11111000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %00000000
; e
DEFB %00000000
DEFB %00000000
DEFB %01110000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %11111000
DEFB %10000000
DEFB %01110000
DEFB %00000000
; l
DEFB %01100000
DEFB %00100000
DEFB %00100000
DEFB %00100000
DEFB %00100000
DEFB %00100000
DEFB %01110000
DEFB %00000000
; o
DEFB %00000000
DEFB %00000000
DEFB %01110000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %01110000
DEFB %00000000
; W
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10101000
DEFB %10101000
DEFB %11011000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %00000000
; r
DEFB %00000000
DEFB %00000000
DEFB %10110000
DEFB %11001000
DEFB %10000000
DEFB %10000000
DEFB %10000000
DEFB %00000000
; d
DEFB %00001000
DEFB %00001000
DEFB %01101000
DEFB %10011000
DEFB %10001000
DEFB %10011000
DEFB %01101000
DEFB %00000000
chars_end:

Assembler-ZX81
; Hello World in Assembler for the ZX81 (Zilog Z80)
CALL SPRINT
DEFM HELLO WORLD.
DEFB FF
RET
SPRINT    POP HL
LD A,(HL)
INC HL
PUSH HL
CP FF
RET Z
CALL PRINT
JR SPRINT

Asterisk
;; Hello World application for an Asterisk dial plan. Asterisk is a
;; GNU GPL telephony server. More details at http://www.asterisk.org
;; Displays Hello World at the Asterisk console if in verbose mode
exten => _X.,1,NoOp(Hello World)

AutoHotkey
; Hello World in AutoHotkey
Msgbox Hello, World!

AutoIT3
;Hello, World for AutoIT3  http://www.autoitscript.com
msgbox(0,”Hello World”,0)

AviSynth
# Hello World for AviSynth video editor
BlankClip()
Subtitle(“Hello, world!”)

awk
# Hello World in awk
BEGIN {
print “Hello World!”
exit
}

Axel
Hello World in AXEL (lip-synched speech)
… too large for this page, can be found here:
http://medieskolan.avc.edu.stockholm.se/axel/index.htm

B
/* Hello World in B */
main() {
extern a, b, c;
putchar (a); putchar (b); putchar (c); putchar (‘!*n’);
}
a ‘hell’ ;
b ‘o, w’ ;
c ‘orld’ ;

BAL
Hello World in IBM mainframe Basic Assembler Language (BAL)
HELLO    CSECT
STM   R14,R12,12(R13)
LR    R12,R15
USING HELLO,R12
LA    R10,SAVEAREA
ST    R13,4(R10)
ST    R10,8(R13)
LR    R13,R10
*
WTO   ‘HELLO WORLD’,ROUTCDE=1
*
L     R13,4(R13)
LM    R14,R12,12(R13)
SR    R15,R15
BCR   B’1111′,R14
*
SAVEAREA DS    18F
LTORG
R0       EQU   0
R1       EQU   1
R2       EQU   2
R3       EQU   3
R4       EQU   4
R5       EQU   5
R6       EQU   6
R7       EQU   7
R8       EQU   8
R9       EQU   9
R10      EQU   10
R11      EQU   11
R12      EQU   12
R13      EQU   13
R14      EQU   14
R15      EQU   15
END   HELLO

BASIC-PICAXE
‘ Hello World in PICAXE BASIC
Symbol TX_PIN = 0
Symbol TX_BAUD = N2400
SerOut TX_PIN, TX_BAUD, ( “Hello World”, CR, LF )

BASIC
10 REM Hello World in BASIC
20 PRINT “Hello World!”

bc
#!/usr/bin/bc -q
# Hello World for the Unix “bc” calculator
print “Hello World!\n”

BCPL
// Hello world in BCLP
GET “libhdr”
LET start() = VALOF
$( writes(“Hello world*N”)
RESULTIS 0
$)

BeanShell
// Hello World in BeanShell
print (“Hello World!”);

Befunge
v Hello World in Befunge
>”dlroW olleH”,,,,,,,,,,,@

Beta
{ *** Hello World in BETA ***}
(#
do
‘Hello World!’->putLine
#)

BibTex
%Hello world in BibTex
ENTRY{author}{}{}
FUNCTION {hello.world}
{
“Hello World!” write$ newline$
}
READ
EXECUTE {hello.world}

BIT
Hello World in BIT.
No comments possible.
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Blender
# Hello World as a 3D object in Blender
import Blender
from Blender import Scene, Text3d
txt = Text3d.New(“Text”)
txt.setText(‘Hello, world!’)
Scene.GetCurrent().objects.new(txt)
Blender.Redraw()

BlitzMax
‘ Hello World for BlitzMax
Graphics 640,480,16
While Not KeyHit(KEY_ESCAPE)
Cls
DrawText “Hello World”,0,0
Flip
EndWhile

BlitzPlus
; Hello World in Blitz Plus (graphical mode)
Graphics 800,600,0,1
Text 790, 600, “Hello World”
WaitKey

BMC Remedy
char-set: windows-1252
#
#  Hello World in BMC Remedy 7.0
#  File exported Thu May  8 09:36:46 2008
#
begin active link
name           : Remedy_HelloWorld
timestamp      : 1210249958
export-version : 9
owner          : Demo
last-changed   : Demo
actlink-order  : 0
wk-conn-type   : 1
schema-name    : _1
actlink-mask   : 16
enable         : 1
permission     : 0
action {
message-type: 0
message-num : 10000
message-pane: 1
message-text: Hello World!!
}
object-prop    : 2\60016\4\1\0\60017\4\1\0\
end

Boo
# Hello World in Boo
print “Hello World”

BrainFuck
Hello World in BrainF***. No comment character exists.
++++++++++[>+++++++>++++++++++>+++<<<-]>++.>+.+++++++
..+++.>++.<<+++++++++++++++.>.+++.——.——–.>+.

BS2000
/BEGIN-PROCEDURE LOGGING=N
/REMARK “HELLO WORLD” IN BS2000 (SDF)
/ASSIGN-SYSDTA TO-FILE=*SYSCMD
/WRITE-TEXT ‘HELLO WORLD!’
/SET-JOB-STEP
/ASSIGN-SYSDTA TO-FILE=*PRIMARY
/END-PROCEDURE

BuddyScript
# Hello World in BuddyScript
+ =AnythingPerfect
– Hello, world!

Byte Syze
Hello World in Byte Syze. No comments possible. The following is actually a hexdump of the binary source code.
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C#
//Hello World in C#
class HelloWorld
{
static void Main()
{
System.Console.WriteLine(“Hello, World!”);
}
}

C++
// Hello World in C++ (pre-ISO)
#include <iostream.h>
main()
{
cout << “Hello World!” << endl;
return 0;
}

C++-CLI
// Hello World in C++/CLI for .NET
using namespace System;
void main()
{
Console::WriteLine(“Hello World”);
}

C++-Epoc
// Hello World in C++, Epoc style (for Symbian OS)
#include <eikapp.h>
#include <eikdoc.h>
#include <eikappui.h>
class CHelloWorldAppUi;
class CEikApplication;
class CHelloWorldAppView;
class CHelloWorldApplication : public CEikApplication
{
public:
TUid AppDllUid() const;
protected:
CApaDocument* CreateDocumentL();
};
class CHelloWorldDocument : public CEikDocument
{
public:
static CHelloWorldDocument* NewL(CEikApplication& aApp);
static CHelloWorldDocument* NewLC(CEikApplication& aApp);
~CHelloWorldDocument(){};
public:
CEikAppUi* CreateAppUiL();
private:
void ConstructL() {};
CHelloWorldDocument(CEikApplication& aApp){};
};
class CHelloWorldAppUi : public CEikAppUi
{
public:
void ConstructL();
CHelloWorldAppUi(){};
~CHelloWorldAppUi(){};
};
static const TUid KUidHelloWorldApp = {0x10005B91};
GLDEF_C TInt E32Dll(TDllReason )
{
return KErrNone;
}
EXPORT_C CApaApplication* NewApplication()
{
return (new CHelloWorldApplication);
}
CApaDocument* CHelloWorldApplication::CreateDocumentL()
{
CApaDocument* document = CHelloWorldDocument::NewL(*this);
return document;
}
TUid CHelloWorldApplication::AppDllUid() const
{
return KUidHelloWorldApp;
}
CHelloWorldDocument* CHelloWorldDocument::NewL(CEikApplication& aApp)
{
CHelloWorldDocument* self = NewLC(aApp);
CleanupStack::Pop(self);
return self;
}
CHelloWorldDocument* CHelloWorldDocument::NewLC(CEikApplication& aApp)
{
CHelloWorldDocument* self = new (ELeave) CHelloWorldDocument(aApp);
CleanupStack::PushL(self);
self->ConstructL();
return self;
}
CEikAppUi* CHelloWorldDocument::CreateAppUiL()
{
CEikAppUi* appUi = new (ELeave) CHelloWorldAppUi;
return appUi;
}
void CHelloWorldAppUi::ConstructL()
{
BaseConstructL();

_LIT(message,”Hello!”);
CAknInformationNote* informationNote = new (ELeave) CAknInformationNote;
informationNote->ExecuteLD(message);
}

C++-FLTK
// Hello World in C++-FLTK
#include <FL/Fl.H>
#include <FL/Fl_Window.H>
#include <FL/Fl_Box.H>
int main(int argc, char **argv) {
Fl_Window *ventana = new Fl_Window(300,180);
ventana->begin();
Fl_Box *box = new Fl_Box(20,40,260,100,”Hello World!”);
box->labelsize(50);
ventana->end();
ventana->show(argc, argv);
return Fl::run();
}

C++-gtkmm
// Hello World in C++ for the Gtk+ toolkit
#include <gtkmm/main.h>
#include <gtkmm/button.h>
#include <gtkmm/window.h>
#include <iostream>
void button_clicked()
{
std::cout << “Hello, World !” << std::endl;
}
int main (int argc, char *argv[])
{
Gtk::Main kit(argc, argv);
Gtk::Window hello_window;
Gtk::Button hello_button(“Hello World”);
hello_window.set_border_width(10);
hello_window.add(hello_button);
hello_button.signal_clicked().connect(sigc::ptr_fun(&button_clicked));
hello_button.show();
Gtk::Main::run(hello_window);
return 0;
}

C++-ISO
// Hello World in ISO C++
#include <iostream>
int main()
{
std::cout << “Hello World!” << std::endl;
}

C++-MFC
// Hello World in C++ for Microsoft Foundation Classes
// (Microsoft Visual C++).
#include <afxwin.h>
class CHello : public CFrameWnd
{
public:
CHello()
{
Create(NULL,_T(“Hello World!”),WS_OVERLAPPEDWINDOW,rectDefault);
}
};
class CHelloApp : public CWinApp
{
public:
virtual BOOL InitInstance();
};
BOOL CHelloApp::InitInstance()
{
m_pMainWnd = new CHello();
m_pMainWnd->ShowWindow(m_nCmdShow);
m_pMainWnd->UpdateWindow();
return TRUE;
}
CHelloApp theApp;\

C++-Qt
// Hello World in C++ for the Qt framework
#include <qapplication.h>
#include <qlabel.h>
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
QApplication a(argc, argv);
QLabel l(“Hello World!”, 0);
l.setCaption(“Test”);
l.setAlignment(Qt::AlignCenter);
l.resize(300, 200);
a.setMainWidget(&l);
l.show();
return(a.exec());
}

C-AL
OBJECT Codeunit 50000 HelloWorld
{
PROPERTIES
{
OnRun=BEGIN
//Hello World in C/AL (Microsoft Business Solutions-Navision)
MESSAGE(Txt001);
END;
}
CODE
{
VAR
Txt001@1000000000 : TextConst ‘ENU=Hello World’;
BEGIN
END.
}
}

C-AmigaAnywhere
/* Hello World in C for Amiga Anywhere 2 (AA2) */
#include <aa.h>
int aaMain(int argc, char **argv)
{
aaOpenDisplay(200, 200, 16, “Hello World”, FAA_DISPLAY_WINDOW);
aaDrawString(AA_DISPLAY_PIXMAP, “Hello, world!”, 20, 20, AA_DEFAULT_FONT, 0xffff00, 0, FAA_FONT_INK, -1);
aaUpdate();
aaWaitInput();
return 0;
}

C-ANSI
/* Hello World in C, Ansi-style */
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
int main(void)
{
puts(“Hello World!”);
return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}

C-Curses
/* Hello World in C for Curses */
#include <curses.h>
main()
{
initscr();
addstr(“Hello World!\n”);
refresh();
endwin();
return 0;
}

C-GEM
/* Hello World for C with GEM */
#include <aes.h>
main()
{
appl_init();
form_alert(1,”[0][Hello World!][Ok]”);
appl_exit();
return 0;
}

C-Intuition
/* Hello World in C for Intution (Amiga GUI) */
#include <intuition/intuition.h>
struct IntuitionBase *IntuitionBase = NULL;
struct IntuiText hello_text = {-1,-1,JAM1,0,0,NULL,”Hello World!”,NULL };
struct IntuiText ok_text    = {-1,-1,JAM1,0,0,NULL,”Ok”,NULL };
void main(void)
{
IntuitionBase = (struct IntuitionBase *)
OpenLibrary(“intuition.library”, 0);
AutoRequest(NULL, &hello_text, NULL, &ok_text, NULL, NULL, 100, 50);
CloseLibrary(IntuitionBase);
}

C-K+R
/* Hello World in C, K&R-style */
main()
{
puts(“Hello World!”);
return 0;
}

C-Objective
/* Hello World in Objective-C.
** Since the standard implementation is identical to K&R C,
** a version that says hello to a set of people passed on
** the command line is shown here.
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include <objpak.h>
int main(int argc,char **argv)
{
id set = [Set new];
argv++;while (–argc) [set add:[String str:*argv++]];
[set do:{ :each | printf(“hello, %s!\n”,[each str]); }];
return 0;
}

C-OpenGL
/* “Hello World” in C using OGL – Open Graphics Library */
#include <GL/glut.h>
#define font GLUT_BITMAP_HELVETICA_18
#define tx “Hello World!”
void text(void)
{
char *p, tex[] = tx;
p = tex;
glColor3d(1.0, 1.0, 0.0);
glRasterPos2d(-.5, 0.);
while(*p) glutBitmapCharacter(font, *p++);
}
void display()
{
glClear(GL_COLOR_BUFFER_BIT);
text();
glFlush();
}
void reshape(int width, int height)
{
glViewport(0, 0, width, height);
glMatrixMode(GL_PROJECTION);
glLoadIdentity();
glOrtho(-1, 1, -1, 1, -1, 1);
glMatrixMode(GL_MODELVIEW);
display();
}
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
glutInit(&argc, argv);
glutInitDisplayMode(GLUT_SINGLE | GLUT_RGB);
glutInitWindowPosition(50, 50);
glutInitWindowSize(500, 500);
glutCreateWindow(“Hello World OpenGL”);
glClearColor(0,0,0,0);
glutDisplayFunc(display);
glutReshapeFunc(reshape);
glutMainLoop();
return 0;
}

C-PresManager
/* Hello World for C with PresentationManager / OS/2 2.11  */
#define INCL_WIN
#include <os2.h>
int main( void )
{
HMQ   hmq;
hmq = WinCreateMsgQueue( 0, 0 );
WinMessageBox( HWND_DESKTOP, HWND_DESKTOP, (PSZ)”Hello World!”,
(PSZ)””, 0, MB_OK );
WinDestroyMsgQueue( hmq );
return 0;
}

C-Windows
/* Hello world in C for MS-Windows */
#include <windows.h>
int PASCAL WinMain(HINSTANCE hInstance,
HINSTANCE hPrevInstance, LPSTR CmdLine, int Show)
{
MessageBox(GetActiveWindow(), “Hello World!”, “Hello Windows World”, MB_OK);
return 0;
}

C-X11-Athena
/* Hello World in C with X11 using Athena widgets */
#include <X11/Intrinsic.h>
#include <X11/StringDefs.h>
#include <X11/Xaw/Label.h>
main(int argc,char **argv)
{
XtAppContext app_context;
Widget toplevel,hello;
toplevel = XtVaAppInitialize(&app_context,”XHello”,NULL,0,
&argc,argv,NULL,NULL);
hello = XtVaCreateManagedWidget(“Hello World!”,labelWidgetClass,
toplevel,(void*)0);
XtRealizeWidget(toplevel);
XtAppMainLoop(app_context);
return 0;
}

Caché Object Script
HelloWorld    ;Hello World in Caché Object Script
Start    ;
Write “Hello world”
Quit

CAML-Light
(* Hello World in CAML Light *)
let hello =
print_string “Hello World!”;
;;

Casio BASIC
‘Hello World in Casio-Basic. [new line symbol here (press EXE)]
“Hello World!”

CDuce
(* Hello World in CDuce *)
print “Hello World!\n”;;

Centura
! Hello World in Centura
Function: HelloWorld
Description:
Returns
Parameters
Static Variables
Local variables
Actions
Call SalMessageBox( ‘Hello World’,’Message’,MB_Ok)

Chef
Hello World Souffle.
This recipe prints the immortal words “Hello world!”, in a basically brute force
way. It also makes a lot of food for one person.
Ingredients.
72 g haricot beans
101 eggs
108 g lard
111 cups oil
32 zucchinis
119 ml water
114 g red salmon
100 g dijon mustard
33 potatoes
Method.
Put potatoes into the mixing bowl. Put dijon mustard into the mixing bowl. Put
lard into the mixing bowl. Put red salmon into the mixing bowl. Put oil into
the mixing bowl. Put water into the mixing bowl. Put zucchinis into the mixing
bowl. Put oil into the mixing bowl. Put lard into the mixing bowl. Put lard
into the mixing bowl. Put eggs into the mixing bowl. Put haricot beans into
the mixing bowl. Liquefy contents of the mixing bowl. Pour contents of the
mixing bowl into the baking dish.
Serves 1.

CICS-COBOL
— Hello World in CICS COBOL
000100        IDENTIFICATION DIVISION.
000200        PROGRAM-ID. HELLO.
000300       * HELLO WORLD IN CICS COBOL.
000400        AUTHOR. ROBERT GOSLING.
000500        ENVIRONMENT DIVISION.
000600        DATA DIVISION.
000700        WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.
000800        01 WS-DATA-AREA PIC X(80) VALUE “HELLO WORLD!”.
000900        PROCEDURE DIVISION.
001000            EXEC CICS SEND FROM (WS-DATA-AREA) END-EXEC.
001100            EXEC CICS RETURN END-EXEC.

Clarion
!Hello World in Clarion
PROGRAM
MAP
END
CODE
MESSAGE(‘Hello World!’)
RETURN

Clean
// Hello World in Clean
module hello
Start :: String
Start = “Hello World!\n”

Clipper
// Hello World in Clipper
? “Hello World”

CLP
/* Hello World in CLP for the IBM AS/400 */
PGM
SNDPGMMSG  MSG(‘Hello World !’) MSGTYPE(*COMP)
ENDPGM

CMake
# Hello World in CMake
message(STATUS “Hello World!”)

COBOL
* Hello World in COBOL
*****************************
IDENTIFICATION DIVISION.
PROGRAM-ID. HELLO.
ENVIRONMENT DIVISION.
DATA DIVISION.
PROCEDURE DIVISION.
MAIN SECTION.
DISPLAY “Hello World!”
STOP RUN.
****************************

Cocoa
// Hello World in Cocoa Obj-C (OS X)
#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>
int main (int argc, const char * argv[]) {
NSAutoreleasePool * pool = [[NSAutoreleasePool alloc] init];
NSLog(@”Hello, World!”);
[pool release];
return 0;
}

ColdFusion
<!—Hello world in ColdFusion—>
<cfset message = “Hello World”>
<cfoutput> #message#</cfoutput>

CommandScript
#Hello World in Command Script 3.1
#Meta.Name: “Hello World”
#Block(Main).Start
echo “Hello World!”
#Block(Main).End

Console-Postscript
%% Hello World in Console PostScript
serverdict begin 0 exitserver
/Courier findfont
48 scalefont setfont
22 22 moveto
(Hello World!) show
showpage
%% End

Cool
— Hello World in Cool
class Main inherits IO{
main():Object{
out_string(“Hello, world!\n”)
};
};

CoolBasic
‘ Hello World in CoolBasic
print “hello world”
wait key

CSS
/* Hello World in CSS */
body:before {
content: “Hello World”;
}

CYBOL
<!– Hello World in Cybernetics Oriented Language (CYBOL) –>
<model>
<part name=”send_message” channel=”inline” abstraction=”operation” model=”send”>
<property name=”channel” channel=”inline” abstraction=”character” model=”shell”/>
<property name=”message” channel=”inline” abstraction=”character” model=”Hello, World!”/>
</part>
<part name=”exit_application” channel=”inline” abstraction=”operation” model=”exit”/>
</model>

D
// Hello World in D
import std.stdio;
void main()
{
writefln(“Hello World!”);
}

D4
// Hello World as a relation-variable in D4
select row { “Hello World” AMessage }

Darkbasic
` Hello World in Darkbasic
print “Hello World!”
wait key

Databasic
PROGRAM HELLO.B
# Hello World in Databasic
CRT “HELLOW WORLD”
END

Dataflex
// Hello World in Dataflex Procedural
/tela
Hello world
/*
clearscreen
page tela

dBase
* Hello World in dBase IV
? “Hello World!”

dc
#!/usr/bin/dc
# Hello world! in dc (Unix desk calculator)
[Hello world!]p

DCL
$! Hello world in Digital/Compaq/HP DCL (Digital Command Language)
$ write sys$output “Hello World”

Delphi
// Hello World in Delphi
Program Hello_World;
{$APPTYPE CONSOLE}
Begin
WriteLn(‘Hello World’);
End.

Dialect
# Hello World in Dialect
print “Hello World”

DM
// Hello World in DM (Dream Maker)
mob
Login()
..()
world << “Hello World!”

DML
! Hello World in DML (Gembase database language)
PROCEDURE_FORM MAIN
PRINT/NOWAIT (“Hello world”)
END_FORM

DWIM
Hello World in DWIM (“Do what I mean”).
Comments are not necessary in this language.
DWIM

Dylan
module:            hello-world
author:            Homer
copyright:        (c) 1994 Homer
version:        1.0
// Hello World in DYLAN
define method main (#rest args)
princ(“Hello world!”);
end;
main();

DynaMorph
<<!! Hello World in DynaMorph >>
<#setString foo {Hello World!}#>
<html>
<head>
<title>DynaMorph</title>
</head>
<body>
<#getString foo#>
</body>
</html>

E
# Hello World in E
println(“Hello, world!”)

easm
// Hello World in easm (Win32).
subsystem cui
section imports
from msvcr70.dll import printf
from kernel32.dll import ExitProcess
section data
string pszOutput = “Hello World!”
section code
call printf (&pszOutput)
call ExitProcess (00h)

Eiffel
note “Hello World in Eiffel”
class HELLO
create run
feature run
do
print (“Hello World!%N”)
end
end

Elan
(* Hello World in ELAN *)
putline (“Hello World!”);

Elliott
:: Hello World in Elliott Autocode
SETF PUNCH
SETR 1
1)TELEPRINTER
LINE
TITLE Hello World.;
STOP
START 1

Erlang
%% Hello World in Erlang
-module(hello).
-export([hello/0]).
hello() ->
io:format(“Hello World!~n”, []).

Euphoria
— Hello World in Euphoria
puts(1, “Hello World!\n”)

F#
(* Hello World in F# *)
printf “Hello World!\n”

Falcon
// Hello World in Falcon
> “Hello World!”

FALSE
{ Hello World in FALSE }
“Hello world!

Ferite
/**
*   start script — Hello world in Ferite ( www.ferite.org )
*/
uses “console”;
Console.println(“Hello World”);
/* end script */

Filemaker
#Hello World in Filemaker Script
Show Custom Dialog [“Hello World” ; “Hello World”]

Fjölnir
;; Hello World in Fjölnir (Icelandic programming language)
“hello” < main
{
main ->
stef(;)
stofn
skrifastreng(;”Halló Veröld!”),
stofnlok
}
*
“GRUNNUR”
;

Flaming Thunder
# Write “Hello world” in Flaming Thunder.
Write “Hello world”.

Focal
1.01 COMMENT HELLO WORLD IN FOCAL
1.02 TYPE “HELLO WORLD”, !
1.03 QUIT

FOCUS
-* Hello World in FOCUS
-TYPE Hello world

Forth
‘ Hello World in Forth
: HELLO
.” Hello World!” CR
;

Fortran
C     Hello World in Fortran

PROGRAM HELLO
WRITE (*,100)
STOP
100 FORMAT (‘ Hello World! ‘ /)
END

Fortran77
C     Hello World in Fortran 77
PROGRAM HELLO
PRINT*, ‘Hello World!’
END

Fortran90
! Hello World in Fortran 90 and 95
PROGRAM HelloWorld
WRITE(*,*)  “Hello World!”
END PROGRAM

FortranIV
PROGRAM HELLO
c
C      Hello World in Fortran IV (supposedly for a TR440)
c
WRITE (6,'(” Hello World!”)’)
END

Fortress
(* Hello World in Fortress *)
export Executable
run(args) = print “Hello, world!”

FreeBASIC
‘Hello World in FreeBASIC
print “Hello World”

Frink
// Hello World in Frink
println[“Hello World!”]

G-Code
Hello World in “G Code” for CNC machines.
Click here for a preview.
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Gambas
‘************************************
‘ Hello world in Gambas
‘************************************
PUBLIC SUB Main()
PRINT “Hello World”
END

GameMonkey Script
// Hello World in GameMonkey Script
print(“Hello World”);

Gentee-simple
// Hello World in Gentee (simple version)
func hello<main> : @”Hello, World!”

Gentee
// Hello World in Gentee
func hello <main>
{
print( “Hello, World!” )
getch()
}

GLBasic
// Hello World in GLBasic
PRINT “Hello World”,1,1
SHOWSCREEN
MOUSEWAIT

GML
// Hello World in GML (Game Maker Language)
draw_text(10,10,”Hello World”)
screen_refresh()
keyboard_wait()

Go
// Hello world in Go
package main
import “fmt”
func main() {
fmt.Printf(“Hello World\n”)
}

Gofer
— Hello World in Gofer
— Simple version
helloWorld:: String
helloWorld = “Hello World!\n”
— Hello World in Gofer
— Dialog version
helloWorld :: Dialogue
helloWorld resps = [AppendChan stdout “Hello world!”]

GoogleGadgets
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ ?>
<!– Hello World as a Google gadget –>
<Module>
<ModulePrefs title=”hello world example” />
<Content type=”html”>
<![CDATA[
Hello, world!
]]>
</Content>
</Module>

GRAMophone
//Hello World in GRAMophone
composition “Hello, World!” of “Composer”
{
%
player player1 {
grammar lindenmayer
%
axiom->print(“Hello, World!”);
}
player player2 {
grammar chomsky
%
@composition->print(“Hello, World!”);
}
}

Gri
# Hello World in Gri
show “hello world”

Groovy
// Hello World in Groovy
println “Hello World”

GynkoSoft
; Hello World in GynkoSoft
; Simple version
0.00 Protocol “Hello, World!”
; Hello World in GynkoSoft
; Dialog box output
0.00 Message “Hello, World!”

Haskell
— Hello World in Haskell
main = putStrLn “Hello World”

HDX
# Hello World as bdehaldia.exe external command
proc hdx_info {} {
set ::Titel [TRA “&Hello World”]
set ::Menu GMA
}
proc hdx_run {} {
tk_messageBox -type ok -message [TRA “Hello World!”]
destroy .
}

HP-41C
Hello World for the HP 41C. No comment character exists.
01 LBL “HELLO”
02 “HELLO WORLD”
03 AVIEW

HP-48
<<
@ Hello World for the HP-48
@ << and >> are one char each
“HELLO WORLD”
>>

HQ9+
Hello World in HQ9+ and HQ9++. No comment character exists.
H

HTML
<HTML>
<!– Hello World in HTML –>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Hello World!</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
Hello World!
</BODY>
</HTML>

Human
Hello World in human languages.
Albanian    Pershëndetje Botë
Arabic    ????? ??????? (Ahlan bil ‘Alam)
Armenian    ??????, ??????: (barev ash’kharh)
Azeri    Salam Dünya
Czech    Ahoj Svete!
Basque/Euskara    Kaixo mundua!
Belarusian     (Pryvitan’ne, Swet!)
Bemba    Shani Mwechalo!
Bengali    Shagatam Prithivi!
Bosnian    Zdravo Svijete!
Bulgarian     (Zdrav’ei svi’at)
Catalan    Hola món!
Chinese     (ni hao shi jie)
Chinook Wawa    Klahowya Hayas Klaska
Croatian    Bok Svijete!
Danish    Hej, Verden!
Dutch    Hallo, wereld!
English    Hello World!
Esperanto    Saluton mondo!
Estonian    Tere maailm!
Finnish    Hei maailma!
French    Salut le Monde!
Frisian    Hallo, wrâld!
Galician    Ola mundo!
German    Hallo Welt!
Greek    Ge?a s?? ??sµe! (Geia soy kosme)
Hawaiian    Aloha Honua
Hebrew     (Shalom Olam)
Hindi     (namaste duniya)
Hmong    Nyob zoo ntiaj teb.
Hungarian    Helló világ!
Icelandic    Halló heimur!
Indonesian    Halo Dunia!
Irish    Dia dhaoibh, a dhomhain!
Italian    Ciao Mondo!
Japanese     (konnichiwa sekai)
Kannada     (namaste prapancha)
Kiswahili    Habari dunia!
Kikuyu    Niatia thi!
Korean     (annyeong, sesangah)
Latin    AVE MVNDE (ave munde)
Latvian    Sveika, Pasaule!
Lithuanian    Sveikas, Pasauli
Luxembourgish    Moien Welt!
Malagasy    Manao ahoana ry tany!
Malayalam    Namaskaram, lokame
Maltese    Merhba lid-dinja
Norwegian    Hallo verden!
Persian    !???? ???? (Salaam Donyaa!)
Polish    Witaj siecie!
Portuguese    Olá, mundo!
Romanian    Salut lume!
Russian     (Zdra’vstvuj mi’r)
Serbian    Zdravo Svete!
Slovak    Ahoj, svet!
Slovenian    Pozdravljen svet!
Spanish    ¡Hola mundo!
Swedish    Hejsan världen!
Tagalog    Kamusta mundo!
Tamil     (Vanakkam Ulake!)
Turkish    Merhaba Dünya!
Ukrainian     (Pryvi’t svi’te)
Vietnamese    Xin chào th? gi?i
Welsh    S’mae byd!

HyperTalk
— Hello World in HyperTalk
answer “Hello, world!”

IBM-Exec
Hello World for IBM EXEC (under VM/CMS)
&CONTROL
*
&TYPE Hello World!
*
&EXIT 0

IBM-Exec2
Hello World for IBM EXEC2 (under VM/CMS)
&TRACE OFF
*
&TYPE Hello World!
*
&EXIT 0

ici
# Hello World in ici (http://www.zeta.org.au/~atrn/ici/)
printf(“Hello World!\n”);

ICL SCL
@ HELLO WORLD IN ICL SCL
PROC HELLO_WORLD IS ()
BEGIN
SEND_MESSAGE(“HELLO WORLD”)
END

Icon
# Hello world in Icon (http://www.cs.arizona.edu/icon/)
procedure main()
write(“Hello world”)
end

IDC
// Hello World in IDC-script language for IDA disaasembler
#include <idc.idc>
static main(void)
{
Message(“Hello World!”);
}

IDL
IDL> ; Hello World in IDL (Interactive Data Language)
IDL> print, “Hello World”

Inform
!  “Hello world” in Inform
[ Main;
print “Hello world^”;
];

Informix-4GL
# Hello World in Informix 4GL
MAIN
DISPLAY “Hello World”
END MAIN

Ingres-ABF
/* Hello World in Ingres ABF */
procedure hello =
begin
message ‘Hello, World’ with style=popup;
end

InstallScript
// Hello World in InstallScript
// (Scripting language of InstallShield, a Windows install generator)
program
MessageBox(“Hello World!”,INFORMATION);
endprogram

Intercal
Hello World in Intercal
DO ,1 <- #13
PLEASE DO ,1 SUB #1 <- #234
DO ,1 SUB #2 <- #112
DO ,1 SUB #3 <- #112
DO ,1 SUB #4 <- #0
DO ,1 SUB #5 <- #64
DO ,1 SUB #6 <- #194
DO ,1 SUB #7 <- #48
PLEASE DO ,1 SUB #8 <- #22
DO ,1 SUB #9 <- #248
DO ,1 SUB #10 <- #168
DO ,1 SUB #11 <- #24
DO ,1 SUB #12 <- #16
DO ,1 SUB #13 <- #214
PLEASE READ OUT ,1
PLEASE GIVE UP

Io
// Hello World in io programming language
“Hello world!” print

Iptscrae
; Hello World in Iptscrae.
; 1. from the chat prompt:
/ “Hello World!” SAY
; 2. in a cyborg:
ON OUTCHAT {
{  “Hello World!” SAY
} CHATSTR “say it” == IF
}
; 3. in a room script:
ON SELECT {
“Hello World!” SAY
}

J
NB. Hello World in J
‘Hello World’ 1!:2(2)

Jade
// Hello World in JADE
write “Hello World”;

Jako
# Hello World in Jako
use sys;
sys::print(“Hello, world!\n”);

Jason
// Hello World in Jason
!greeting.
+!greeting : true <- .print(“Hello World”).

Java
// Hello World in Java
class HelloWorld {
static public void main( String args[] ) {
System.out.println( “Hello World!” );
}
}

Java-Mobile
// Hello World on a mobile Java device
package helloworld;
import javax.microedition.midlet.*;
import javax.microedition.lcdui.*;
public class HelloWorld extends MIDlet {
public HelloWorld()
{
Form form = new Form(“Hello World”);
form.append(“Hello world!”);
Display.getDisplay(this).setCurrent(form);
}
protected void pauseApp() {  }
protected void startApp() throws
javax.microedition.midlet.MIDletStateChangeException {  }
protected void destroyApp(boolean parm1) throws
javax.microedition.midlet.MIDletStateChangeException {  }
}

Java-Server-Pages
<!– Hello World for Java Server Pages –>
<%@ page language=’java’ %>
<%=”Hello World!” %>

Java-Servlet
import javax.servlet.*;
import javax.servlet.http.*;
import java.io.*;
//
// Hello World Java Servlet
//
public class HelloWorld extends HttpServlet {
public void service(HttpServletRequest request,
HttpServletResponse response)
throws IOException {
response.setContentType(“text/html”);
PrintWriter out = response.getWriter();
out.println(“<html><body>”);
out.println(“Hello World!”);
out.println(“</body></html>”);
}
}

Java-Swing
// Hello World in Java using Swing GUI
class HelloWorldSwing {
static public void main(String args[]) {
javax.swing.JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null,”Hello world!”);
}
}

JavaScript
<html>
<body>
<script language=”JavaScript” type=”text/javascript”>
// Hello World in JavaScript
document.write(‘Hello World’);
</script>
</body>
</html>

JCL
//HERIB    JOB  ,’HERIBERT OTTEN’,PRTY=12
//* HELLO WORLD FOR MVS
//HALLO    EXEC PGM=IEBGENER
//SYSIN    DD DUMMY
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSUT2   DD SYSOUT=T
//SYSUT1   DD *
HELLO WORLD!
/*
//

Jess
; Hello World in JESS
(printout t “Hello World”)

JudoScript
// Hello World in JudoScript (a Java scripting layer)
. “Hello World”;

K
/ Hello World in K
`0:”Hello Wold!\n

Kix
; Hello World in Kix
Run( “Notepad.exe” )
Sleep 1
SetFocus( “Untitled – Notepad” )
$ReturnCode = SendKeys(“Hello World”)
Sleep( 2 )
$ReturnCode = SendKeys(“~{F4}Y”)

Kylix
{Hello World in Kylix}
program Hello_World;
uses
QDialogs;
begin
ShowMessage(‘Hello World’);
end.

L
// Hello World in L
namespace Hello is
class Main is
void init is()
IO.Std.out.println(“Hello World!”);
end
end
end

LabVIEW

 

 

 
LaTeX
% Hello World! in LaTeX
\documentclass{article}
\begin{document}
Hello World!
\end{document}

LibertyBASIC
‘hello world in Liberty BASIC
PRINT “Hello World”
END

LilyPond
% Hello World in LilyPond
\markup { Hello World! }

Limbo
Hello World in Limbo.
Limbo is the programming language of the Inferno OS
(from Lucent Bell Labs).
implement Cmd;
include “sys.m”;
include “draw.m”;
Cmd : module {
init : fn (ctxt : ref Draw->Context, args : list of string);
};
init(nil : ref Draw->Context, nil : list of string)
{
sys := load Sys Sys->PATH;
sys->print(“Hello World\n”);
}

LIMS-Basic
‘Hello World in LIMS Basic
msgbox(“hello world”)

Lingo
Hello World in Lingo (Macromedia Director)
on startmovie
alert “Hello World”
end

Linotte
(Hello World in Linotte)
Livre : Hello
Paragraphe : display message
Actions :
Affiche “Hello World!”
Termine

Lisaac
// Hello World in Lisaac
Section Header
+ name        := HELLO_WORLD;
Section Inherit
– parent_object:OBJECT := OBJECT;
Section Public
– main <-
(
“Hello world !\n”.print;
);

Lisp
;;; Hello World in Common Lisp
(defun helloworld ()
(print “Hello World!”)
)

Lisp-Emacs
;;; Hello World in Emacs Lisp.
(defun hello-world()
“Display the string hello world.”
(interactive)
(message “hello world”))

Logo
; Hello World in Logo
DRUCKEZEILE [Hello World!]

Logo-graphical
; Hello World in LOGO, graphical output.
go 20 , left 180,
go 40 , left 180,
go 20 , right 90,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 180,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , right 90 ,
go 20 , right 90 ,
go 10 , right 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 10 , left 90 ,
go 30 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 180,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 180,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 60 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 180,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 180,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 180,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 20 , right 90,
go 20 , right 90,
go 5 , left 90  ,
go 5 , left 90  ,
go 25 , left 180,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 20 , left 90 ,
go 40 , left 180,
go 40 ,

LOLCODE
BTW Hello World in LOLCODE
HAI
CAN HAS STDIO?
VISIBLE “HAI WORLD!”
KTHXBYE

LOTOS
(* Hello World in LOTOS (Language Of Temporal Ordering Specifications) *)
process HelloWorld [v]: exit :=
v! “Hello World!”;
exit
endproc

Lotus-Note-Formula
REM “Lotus Note Formula Language”;
@Prompt([ok];”Hi there”;”Hello World”);

Lotus-Script
‘ Hello World in Lotus Script
Sub Initialize
Msgbox “Hello world”, 0, “Hi there!”
End Sub

LPC
// Hello World in LPC
void create()
{
message(“info”,”Hello World!”,this_user());
}

LS-DYNA
$ “Hello World” for LS-DYNA
*KEYWORD
*PART
1         1         1
*SECTION_BEAM
1         1       1.0         2         1
1.0       1.0       0.0       0.0         1         1
*MAT_ELASTIC
1    1.0E-9    1000.0       0.3
*ELEMENT_BEAM
1       1       2       3       1
2       1       3       4       1
3       1       3       6       1
4       1       6       5       1
5       1       8      11       1
6       1      11      12       1
7       1      12       9       1
8       1       9       8       1
9       1       8       7       1
10       1       7      10       1
11       1      14      16       1
12       1      16      15       1
13       1      13      15       1
14       1      15      17       1
15       1      19      21       1
16       1      21      20       1
17       1      18      20       1
18       1      20      22       1
19       1      23      24       1
20       1      24      26       1
21       1      26      25       1
22       1      25      23       1
23       1      27      28       1
24       1      28      29       1
25       1      29      30       1
26       1      30      31       1
27       1      32      33       1
28       1      33      35       1
29       1      35      34       1
30       1      34      32       1
31       1      36      37       1
32       1      37      38       1
33       1      40      42       1
34       1      42      41       1
35       1      39      41       1
36       1      41      43       1
37       1      44      45       1
38       1      45      47       1
39       1      48      47       1
40       1      47      46       1
41       1      46      44       1
*NODE
1             0.0             0.0             1.0
2
3             0.0             2.0
4             0.0             4.0
5             2.0
6             2.0             2.0
7             3.0
8             3.0             1.0
9             3.0             2.0
10             5.0
11             5.0             1.0
12             5.0             2.0
13             6.0
14             6.0             4.0
15             7.0
16             7.0             4.0
17             8.0
18             9.0
19             9.0             4.0
20            10.0
21            10.0             4.0
22            11.0
23            12.0
24            12.0             2.0
25            14.0
26            14.0             2.0
27            16.0             2.0
28            16.5
29            17.0             1.0
30            17.5
31            18.0             2.0
32            19.0
33            19.0             2.0
34            21.0
35            21.0             2.0
36            22.0
37            22.0             2.0
38            24.0             2.0
39            25.0
40            25.0             4.0
41            26.0
42            26.0             4.0
43            27.0
44            28.0
45            28.0             2.0
46            30.0
47            30.0             2.0
48            30.0             4.0
*END

LSL
// Hello World in Linden Scripting Language (LSL)
default
{
state_entry()
{
llSay(0, “Hello World”);
}
}

Lua
# Hello World in Lua
print “Hello world”

m4
# Hello World for the m4 macro processor
Hello

MACRO-10
TITLE HELLO WORLD
; HELLO WORLD IN MACRO 10 FOR TOPS-10
ENTRY OUTPUT
SEARCH UUOSYM
LAB:    ASCIZ /HELLO WORLD
/
OUTPUT: OUTSTR LAB              ; OUTPUT MESSAGE
MONRT.                  ; RETURN TO MONITOR
END OUTPUT

MACRO-11
;       “Hello, world!” in MACRO-11 for RT-11
.MCALL  .EXIT,.PRINT
START:  .PRINT  #$1
.EXIT
$1:     .ASCIZ  /Hello, world!/
.END    START

Macromedia-Flex
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″?>
<mx:Application xmlns:mx=”http://www.macromedia.com/2003/mxml”>
<!– Hello Word in Macromedia Flex –>
<mx:Label text=”Hello World”/>
</mx:Application>

Malbolge
Hello World in Malbolge. No comment character exists.
(=<`$9]7<5YXz7wT.3,+O/o’K%$H”‘~D|#z@b=`{^Lx8%$Xmrkpohm-kNi;gsedcba`_^]\[ZYXWVUTSRQPONMLKJIHGFEDCBA@?>=<;:9876543s+O<oLm

MAMASH
/* Hello World in MAMASH */
TQWD LGYEA NXKIA HELLO_WORLD )1(
DWLH CXBZ_YKX
ID& HELLO_WORLD YED ‘HELLO WORLD’ .

Maple
# Hello World in Maple
>> printf(“Hello World!”);

Mathematica
(* Hello World in Mathematica *)
Hello[] := Print[“Hello, World!”]

MATLAB
% Hello World in MATLAB.
disp(‘Hello World’);

MAX-MSP

 

 

 

 

 

 
Maxima
/*  Hello World in Maxima */
disp(“hello, world”);

MAXScript
/*Hello World in MAXScript (the script language of 3ds Max).
Hello World is both printed as text and in full 3D.*/
Print “Hello World”
Text text:”Hello World”

MEL
// Hello World in MEL scripting language for Alias Maya
proc helloWorld () {
print “Hello World!\n”;
}
helloWorld;

MetaPost
% Hello World in MetaPost
beginfig(0);
label(“Hello, world!”, (10,10));
endfig;

MEX
// “Hello, World!” in MEX for Maximus BBS
void main()
{
print(COLOR_WHITE,”Hello, World!\n”);
}

Microtik
#Hello World in Mikrotik RouterOS Scripting Host; :put (“Hello, World!”);

mIRC-Alias
;Hello World for mIRC (alias section)
helloworld: /echo -a Hello World!

mIRC-Commandline
; Hello World! for mIRC (command line version)
echo Hello World!

mIRC-Script
;Hello World for mIRC script
alias helloworld {
/echo -a Hello World!
}

MivaScript
<MvCOMMENT>Hello World in Miva Script</MvCOMMENT>
<MvEVAL EXPR=”{‘Hello World’}”>

MML-AXE10
! Hello world program in MML for Ericsson’s AXE10 telephone exchange
IOTXP:Hello World;

Modula-2
(* Hello World in Modula-2 *)
MODULE HelloWorld;
FROM InOut IMPORT WriteString,WriteLn;
BEGIN
WriteString(“Hello World!”);
WriteLn;
END HelloWorld.

Modula-3
(* Hello World in Modula-3 *)
MODULE Hello EXPORTS Main;
IMPORT IO;
BEGIN
IO.Put(“Hello World!\n”);
END Hello.

MoHAA-Script
// Hello World in the Medal of Honor Allied Assault scripting language
iprintln “Hello World!”

MOO
“Hello World in MOO”;
player.location:announce_all(“Hello, world!”);

Mouse
~ Hello World in Mouse
“HELLO, WORLD.”
$

MPD
# Hello World in MPD.
resource helloworld()
write(“Hello World”)
end

MS Small Basic
‘ Hello World in Microsoft Small Basic
TextWindow.WriteLine(“Hello, World”)

MSDOS
@ECHO OFF
REM Hello World for DOS batch
ECHO Hello World!

MSIL
//Hello World in MSIL (.NET assembler)
.assembly helloworld {}
.class helloworld
{
.method static void Main() cil managed
{
.entrypoint
ldstr “Hello World!”
call void [mscorlib]System.Console::WriteLine(string)
ret
}
}

MuLisp
; Hello, World! in MuLisp
(print ‘Hello\,\ world\!)

Mumps
; Hello World in Mumps-M
w !,”Hello World”

Mythryl

#!/usr/bin/mythryl
# Hello World in Mythryl
printf “Hello, world!\n”;

Natural

* Hello World in Natural (by Software AG)
Write “Hello, World!”.

Nemerle

// Hello World in Nemerle (a functional programming language for .NET)

System.Console.WriteLine(“Hello World”);

newLISP

;; Hello World in newLISP

(println “Hello World”)

NewtonScript

// Hello World in NewtonScript

baseview :=
{viewBounds: {left: -3, top: 71, right: 138, bottom: 137},
viewFlags: 581,
declareSelf: ‘base,
_proto: protoFloatNGo,
debug: “baseview”
};

textview := * child of baseview *
{text: “Hello World!”,
viewBounds: {left: 33, top: 24, right: 113, bottom: 46},
viewFlags: 579,
_proto: protoStaticText,
debug: “textview”
};

Nice

//Hello World in Nice

void main(String[] args){
println(“hello world”);
}

NSIS

; Hello World in Nullsoft Software Install Script (NSIS)

Caption “Hello World!”
OutFile “.\HelloWorld.exe”
SilentInstall silent

Section “”
MessageBox MB_OK “Hello World!”
SectionEnd

NXC

/* Hello World in NXC (“Not Exactly C”) */

#include “NXCDefs.h”

task main()
{
TextOut(0, LCD_LINE1, “Hello World!”);
}

Oberon.oberon

MODULE HelloWorld;

(* Hello World in Oberon for the Oberon System *)

IMPORT Oberon, Texts;

VAR
W: Texts.Writer;

PROCEDURE Do*;
BEGIN
Texts.WriteString(W,”Hello World!”);
Texts.WriteLn(W);
Texts.Append(Oberon.Log,W.buf)
END Do;

BEGIN Texts.OpenWriter(W)
END HelloWorld.

Oberon.std

(* Hello World in Oberon for standard operating systems *)

MODULE HelloWorld;
IMPORT Out;
BEGIN
Out.String(“Hello World!”);
Out.Ln;
END HelloWorld;

OCaml

(* Hello World in OCaml *)

print_string “Hello World!\n”;;

Occam

PROGRAM Hello
— Hello world in Occam
#USE ioconv

SEQ
write.full.string(screen,”Hello World!”)

Octave

#Hello World in Octave (http://www.octave.org/)
printf(“Hello World\n”);

Omnimark

; Hello World in Omnimark

process
output “Hello World!%n”

Ook

Hello World in Ook. No comments possible.

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OpenVMS

$! Hello World in OpenVMS DCL

$ write sys$output “Hello World”

OPL.dialog

REM Hello World for OPL (Psion Organizer 3a)
REM More complex version with menues and dialog boxes

PROC HELLO:
LOCAL M%
DO
REM Display menu bar
mINIT
mCARD “Sprache”,”Deutsch”,%d,”English”,%e
mCARD “Extras”,”Beenden”,%x,”Info”,%i
M%=MENU
REM process choosen function
IF M%=%d
REM Display german dialog box
REM with an ENTER button to continue
dBOX:(” “,”Hallo Welt”,” “,”weiter”,13)
ELSEIF M%=%e
REM Display english dialog box
REM with an ENTER button to continue
dBOX:(” “,”Hello World”,” “,”continue”,13)
ELSEIF M%=%i
REM Display copyright information
dBOX:(“Info”,”(C) Klaus Müller 0196″,”FrankfurtMain, Germany”,””,13)
ENDIF
UNTIL M%=%x
ENDP

PROC dBOX:(Z1$,Z2$,Z3$,Z4$,BUTTON%)
dINIT Z1$
dTEXT “”,” “,0
dTEXT “”,Z2$”,$102
dTEXT “”,Z3$,$202
dBUTTONS Z4$,BUTTON%
DIALOG
ENDP

OPL.simple

REM Hello World for OPL (Psion Organizer 3a)
REM Simple version

PROC HELLO:
PRINT “Hello World!”
GET
ENDP

Oz

% Hello World in Oz

functor
import
System
Application
define
{System.showInfo “Hello World!”}
{Application.exit 0}
end

Parser

# Hello World in Parser

Hello world!

Pascal

{Hello World in Pascal}

program HelloWorld(output);
begin
WriteLn(‘Hello World!’);
end.

Pascal-Windows

{ Hello World in Borland Pascal 7 for MS-Windows}

PROGRAM HelloWorld;

USES
WinCRT;

BEGIN
InitWinCRT;
WriteLn(‘Hello World!’);
ReadLn;
DoneWinCRT;
END.

Pawn

/* Hello World in Pawn */

main()
{
printf “Hello World!”
}

PBASIC

‘ Hello World in PBASIC (for the Boe-Bot Robot)

‘ {$STAMP BS2}
‘ {$PBASIC 2.5}

DEBUG “Hello World!”

END

PDF

%Hello World in Portable Document Format (PDF)
%PDF-1.2
1 0 obj
<<
/Type /Page
/Parent 5 0 R
/Resources 3 0 R
/Contents 2 0 R
>>
endobj
2 0 obj
<<
/Length 51
>>
stream
BT
/F1 24 Tf
1 0 0 1 260 600 Tm
(Hello World)Tj
ET
endstream
endobj
3 0 obj
<<
/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]
/Font <</F1 4 0 R >>
>>
endobj
4 0 obj
<<
/Type /Font
/Subtype /Type1
/Name /F1
/BaseFont /Arial
>>
endobj
5 0 obj
<<
/Type /Pages
/Kids [ 1 0 R ]
/Count 1
/MediaBox
[ 0 0 612 792 ]
>>
endobj
6 0 obj
<<
/Type /Catalog
/Pages 5 0 R
>>
endobj
trailer
<<
/Root 6 0 R
>>

PEARL

MODULE (HELLO);
/* Hello World in PEARL (Process and Experiment Automation Realtime Language) */
SYSTEM;
TERMINAL:DIS<->SDVLS(2);
PROBLEM;
SPC TERMINAL DATION INOUT
ALPHIC DIM(,) TFU MAX
FORWARD CONTROL (ALL);
MAIN:TASK;
DCL TEXT INV CHAR(30)
INIT(‘HELLO WORLD!’);
OPEN TERMINAL;
PUT TEXT TO TERMINAL;
CLOSE TERMINAL;
END;
MODEND;

PeopleCode

/* Hello World in PeopleCode 8.45

&MsgText = MsgGetText(66666666, 999999999, “Hello World!”);

Perl

# Hello world in perl

print “Hello World!\n”;

PHP

<?php
// Hello World in PHP
echo ‘Hello World!’;
?>

PHP+GD

<?
// Hello World in PHP + GD library
header(“Content-type: image/gif”);
$rscImage    = imagecreatetruecolor(80, 25);
$intFontC    = imagecolorallocate($rscImage, 255, 255, 255);
$intBGC        = imagecolorallocate($rscImage, 0, 0, 0);
imagestring($rscImage, 2, 5, 5, “Hello World!”, $intFontC);
imagegif($rscImage);
imagedestroy($rscImage);
?>

Piet

Hello World in Piet. No comment character exists.

 

 

 

 

Pike

// Hello world in Pike (pike.roxen.com)

int main(){
write(“Hello World!\n”);
}

PL-SQL

— Hello World in Oracle PL/SQL (sqlplus)

set serveroutput on

begin
dbms_output.enable(10000);
dbms_output.put_line(‘Hello World’);
end;
/

PL1

/* Hello World in PL/1 */

Hello: procedure options(main);
put skip list(‘Hello World!’);
end Hello;

Pocket-Calculator

Hello World for standard pocket calculators (7-segment display).
Type in and turn calculator upside down.

0.7734

POP-11

;;; Hello World in POP-11

: vars outputtext;
: “Hello World” -> outputtext;
: outputtext =>

** Hello World

PostgreSQL

— Hello World in PL/pgSQL (PostgreSQL Procedural Language)
— In old versions replace ‘$$’ by double qoutes

CREATE FUNCTION hello_world() RETURNS text AS $$
BEGIN
RETURN ‘Hello World’;
END
$$ LANGUAGE plpgsql;

SELECT hello_world();

Postscript

% Hello World in Postscript
%!PS
/Palatino-Roman findfont
100 scalefont
setfont
100 100 moveto
(Hello World!) show
showpage

POV-Ray

// Hello World for the Persistence of Vision Raytracer.
// Click here to view the output.
#include “skies.inc”

camera{location <0,1,-5> look_at y}
light_source{<2,4,-7>,2}
sky_sphere{S_Cloud1}
plane{y 0 pigment{checker rgb 1,0} finish{reflection .5}}
text{ttf “timrom.ttf” “Hello World!” .3,0
pigment {agate scale .2} translate -2.5*x
}

Powerbasic

‘ Hello World in Powerbasic Console Compiler

FUNCTION PBMAIN () AS LONG

PRINT “Hello World”

END FUNCTION

Powerflex

// “Hello World” in PowerFlex

showln “Hello World”
system

PowerScript

// Hello World in PowerScript

MessageBox(“”,”Hello World!”)

Powershell

# Hello World in Microsoft Powershell

‘Hello World!’

PPL

;Hello World in PPL (PCBoard Programming Language)
PRINTLN “Hello, World!”

PQN-PROC

PQN
C Hello World in PQN/PROC
O Hello World

PRAAT

# Hello World in praat (www.praat.org)
echo Hello World!

ProC

/* Hello World in Pro*C, the Oracle’s embedded SQL environment */

#include <stdio.h>

EXEC SQL INCLUDE SQLCA;

int main() {
char hello[15];
char *user = “the_user”;
char *password = “the_password”;
char *sid = “the_sid”;

EXEC SQL CONNECT :user IDENTIFIED BY :password USING :sid;

EXEC SQL
SELECT ‘Hello World’ INTO :hello
FROM DUAL;

printf(“%s\n”, hello);

EXEC SQL COMMIT RELEASE;

return 0;
}

Processing

// Hello world in Processing

println( “Hello world!” );

Profan

‘ Hello World in Profan (http://www.profan.de/)

cls
print “Hello World!”
waitkey

Prograph

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Progress

/* Hello World in Progress */

message “Hello World” view-as alert-box.

Prolog

% Hello World in Prolog

hello :- display(‘Hello World!’) , nl .

PureBasic-Console

; Hello World in PureBasic (console program)

OpenConsole()
ConsoleTitle (“Hello World!”)
PrintN (“Hello World!”)
CloseConsole()

PureBasic-Messagebox

; Hello World in PureBasic (message box)

MessageRequester(“Hello World Messagebox”,”Hello World!”)

PureBasic-Window

; Hello World in PureBasic (Window)

If OpenWindow(0, 216, 0, 268, 133,  #PB_Window_SystemMenu | #PB_Window_TitleBar | #PB_Window_ScreenCentered , “Hello World Window”)
If CreateGadgetList(WindowID())
TextGadget(1, 100, 60, 60, 20, “Hello World!”)
EndIf
EndIf

Repeat    ; Message Loop
Until WaitWindowEvent() = #PB_EventCloseWindow

Python 3000

# Hello World in Python 3000
print(“hello World”)

Python

# Hello World in Python
print “Hello World”

qore

#!/usr/local/bin/qore
# Hello World in qore

class HelloWorld
{
constructor()
{
background $.output(“Hello, world!”);
}
output($arg)
{
printf(“%s\n”, $arg);
}
}

new HelloWorld();

QuakeC

// Hello World in QuakeC. This should be put somewhere, for instance
// PutClientInServer() in Client.qc.

bprint(“Hello World\n”);

Quartz Composer

Hello World for Quartz Composer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

QuickBASIC

REM Hello World in QuickBASIC
PRINT “Hello World!”
END

R

# Hello World for R
cat(“Hello world\n”)

ratfor

# hello.world.in.ratfor
print *, ‘hello, world’
end

Rational Rose

‘ Hello World in Rational Rose scripting language
Sub Main
RoseApp.WriteErrorLog “Hello, World!”
End Sub

REALbasic

‘ Hello World in REALbasic (http://www.realsoftware.com/)

msgBox “Hello World!”

RealText

<window width=”320″ height=”160″>
<!– Hello World in RealText  –>
<font size=”12″ name=”Arial”>
<center>Hello World!</center>
</font>
</window>

Rebol-view

Hello World in Rebol-view.

rebol[]
view layout[
text “Hello World!”
]

REBOL

; Hello World in REBOL

print “Hello World!”

Redcode

; Hello World in Redcode
; Should work with any MARS >= ICWS-86
; (with 128×64 gfx core support, of course!)
;
Start   MOV     0,2455
MOV     0,2458
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MOV     0,2459
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MOV     0,2596
MOV     0,2597
MOV     0,2603
MOV     0,2605
MOV     0,2608
MOV     0,2667
MOV     0,2670
MOV     0,2671
MOV     0,2676
MOV     0,2681
MOV     0,2686
MOV     0,2689
MOV     0,2696
MOV     0,2699
MOV     0,2700
MOV     0,2703
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MOV     0,2708
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MOV     0,2719
MOV     0,2778
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MOV     0,2778
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MOV     0,2779
MOV     0,2779
MOV     0,2782
MOV     0,2787
MOV     0,2792
MOV     0,2795
MOV     0,2802
MOV     0,2805
MOV     0,2806
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MOV     0,2810
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MOV     0,2886
MOV     0,2891
MOV     0,2896
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MOV     0,2930
MOV     0,2933
MOV     0,2992
MOV     0,2995
MOV     0,2996
MOV     0,3001
MOV     0,3006
MOV     0,3011
MOV     0,3014
MOV     0,3021
MOV     0,3022
MOV     0,3023
MOV     0,3024
MOV     0,3027
MOV     0,3028
MOV     0,3030
MOV     0,3032
MOV     0,3038
MOV     0,3040
MOV     0,3103
MOV     0,3106
MOV     0,3107
MOV     0,3107
MOV     0,3107
MOV     0,3107
MOV     0,3107
MOV     0,3108
MOV     0,3108
MOV     0,3108
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MOV     0,3108
MOV     0,3109
MOV     0,3109
MOV     0,3109
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MOV     0,3111
MOV     0,3111
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MOV     0,3131
MOV     0,3131
MOV     0,3131
MOV     0,3131
MOV     0,3135
JMP     0

REFAL-2

* Hello, World! in REFAL-2
start
entry go
extrn PROUT
go = <prout ‘Hello, world!’>
end

Regular-Expression

Hello World as a regular expression.
Replaces everything with “Hello World”.
For use with vi, sed, etc.

Search String :  ^.*$
Replace String: ‘Hello World’

Revolution

— Hello World in Revolution (formerly called Transcript)
answer “Hello World!”

Rexx.simple

/* Hello World in Rexx, simple version (writes to standard output) */

say ‘Hello World!’
exit

Rexx.window

/* Hallo World in Rexx, opens window */

call RxFuncAdd ‘SysLoadFuncs’, ‘RexxUtil’, ‘SysLoadFuncs’
call SysLoadFuncs
call RxMessageBox ‘Hello World!’, ‘Hello World Window’, ‘OK’, ‘EXCLAMATION’
exit

Rey

//beginning Hello World in Rey:

korzystaj “Konsola”;

program
{
PiszLinia(“Hello World”);
}
//end Hello World in Rey

RPG-IV

H* Hello World in RPG IV

D msg             S             32    inz(*blank)
D cmd             S             64

C                   eval      msg = ‘Hello World’

C     msg           dsply

C                   eval      cmd = ‘DLYJOB DLY(30)’
C                   call      ‘QCMDEXC’
C                   parm                    cmd
C                   parm      64            len              15 5

C                   eval      *inlr = *on

RPL

Hello World in RPL for the HP-28, HP-48, HP-49 and HP-50 series pocket calculators. No comments possible.

<<
“HELLO WORLD”
1 DISP
60 FREEZE
>>

RSL

// Hello World in RSL (RS-Bank Language)

[Hello World!];

Ruby

# Hello World in Ruby
puts “Hello World!”

S-Plus

# Hello World for S-Plus
cat(“Hello world\n”)

SAL

// Hello World in SAL

proc main()
MsgBox(“Hello from SAL”, “Hello, World!”)
end

SApp

comment: Hello World in SApp
popup “Hello ## World!” ,

SAS

/* Hello world in SAS */
* Writes as output title;
TITLE “Hello World!”;
* writes to the log;
PUT Hello world!;

Sather

— Hello World in Sather

class HELLO is
main is #OUT + “Hello World!\n” end
end

Scala

// Hello World in Scala

object HelloWorld with Application {
Console.println(“Hello world!”);
}

Scheme

; Hello World in Scheme

(display “Hello, world!”)
(newline)

Scilab

// Hello World in SciLab.

disp(‘Hello World’);

Seed7

# Hello World in Seed7

$ include “seed7_05.s7i”;

const proc: main is func
begin
writeln(“Hello World!”);
end func;

Self

(|  “Hello World in Self”

hello = (| | ‘Hello World!’ print)
|)

SenseTalk

Hello World in SenseTalk.

on run put “Hello World!” end run

Setl2

— Hello World in Setl2

procedure Hello();
print “Hello World!”;
end Hello;

Shakespeare

The Infamous Hello World Program in Shakespeare.

Romeo, a young man with a remarkable patience.
Juliet, a likewise young woman of remarkable grace.
Ophelia, a remarkable woman much in dispute with Hamlet.
Hamlet, the flatterer of Andersen Insulting A/S.

Act I: Hamlet’s insults and flattery.

Scene I: The insulting of Romeo.

[Enter Hamlet and Romeo]

Hamlet:
You lying stupid fatherless big smelly half-witted coward!
You are as stupid as the difference between a handsome rich brave
hero and thyself! Speak your mind!

You are as brave as the sum of your fat little stuffed misused dusty
old rotten codpiece and a beautiful fair warm peaceful sunny summer’s
day. You are as healthy as the difference between the sum of the
sweetest reddest rose and my father and yourself! Speak your mind!

You are as cowardly as the sum of yourself and the difference
between a big mighty proud kingdom and a horse. Speak your mind.

Speak your mind!

[Exit Romeo]

Scene II: The praising of Juliet.

[Enter Juliet]

Hamlet:
Thou art as sweet as the sum of the sum of Romeo and his horse and his
black cat! Speak thy mind!

[Exit Juliet]

Scene III: The praising of Ophelia.

[Enter Ophelia]

Hamlet:
Thou art as lovely as the product of a large rural town and my amazing
bottomless embroidered purse. Speak thy mind!

Thou art as loving as the product of the bluest clearest sweetest sky
and the sum of a squirrel and a white horse. Thou art as beautiful as
the difference between Juliet and thyself. Speak thy mind!

[Exeunt Ophelia and Hamlet]

Act II: Behind Hamlet’s back.

Scene I: Romeo and Juliet’s conversation.

[Enter Romeo and Juliet]

Romeo:
Speak your mind. You are as worried as the sum of yourself and the
difference between my small smooth hamster and my nose. Speak your
mind!

Juliet:
Speak YOUR mind! You are as bad as Hamlet! You are as small as the
difference between the square of the difference between my little pony
and your big hairy hound and the cube of your sorry little
codpiece. Speak your mind!

[Exit Romeo]

Scene II: Juliet and Ophelia’s conversation.

[Enter Ophelia]

Juliet:
Thou art as good as the quotient between Romeo and the sum of a small
furry animal and a leech. Speak your mind!

Ophelia:
Thou art as disgusting as the quotient between Romeo and twice the
difference between a mistletoe and an oozing infected blister! Speak
your mind!

[Exeunt]

SilverBasic

//Hello World in SilverBasic

PRINT “Hello World!”

SIMPLE

[::PROGRAM:Hello World program in SIMPLE
A EQL @0
MSG A
END
]
{::DATA:Data part
@0:T
Hello World$$M
$$@
}

Simula

! Hello World in Simula;

BEGIN
OutText(“Hello World!”);
OutImage;
END

SinclairBasic

10 REM Hello World in Sinclair BASIC
20 PRINT “Hello World”

Smalltalk MT

“Hello World in Smalltalk MT

FrameWindow new
title: ‘Hello World’;
open

Smalltalk.simple

“Hello World in Smalltalk (simple version)”

Transcript show: ‘Hello World!’.

Smalltalk.window

“Hello World in Smalltalk (in an own window)”
“(to be entered in a special browser)”

VisualComponent subclass: #HelloWorldView
instanceVariableNames: ”
classVariableNames: ”
poolDictionaries: ”
category: ‘test’

displayOn: aGraphicsContext

‘Hello World!’ asComposedText displayOn: aGraphicsContext.

open

|window|
window := ScheduledWindow new.
window label: ‘Hello World Demo:’.
window component: self new.
window open.

SMIL

<!– Hello World in SMIL –>
<smil>
<head>
<layout>
<root-layout width=”300″ height=”160″ background-color=”white”/>
<region id=”text_region” left=”115″ top=”60″/>
</layout>
</head>
<body>
<text src=”data:,Hello%20World!” region=”text_region”>
<param name=”fontFace” value=”Arial”/>
</text>
</body>
</smil>

SML

(* Hello World in SML *)

fun hello() = output(std_out, “Hello World!”);

Snobol

* Hello World in Snobol

OUTPUT = “Hello World!”

Spin

‘ Hello World in Spin

CON
_CLKMODE = XTAL1 + PLL16x
_XINFREQ = 5_000_000
TV_PIN = 12

OBJ
Tv: “TV_Text”

PUB Main
Tv.Start( TV_PIN )
Tv.Str( String( “Hello World” ) )

Spiral

Hello World in Spiral. No comment character exists.

e0v ***   *eXlv**   *lX      *2X       **oXi
v * * *   *     *   * 2      * o      **   v*
* * * *   * *****   * v      * v      * *iX *
* * * *   * *       * ^      v *      * * w *
* *** *   * *****   * v      * *      * * v *
*     *   *     ^   * ^      * *      * * * *
* *** *   * ****v   * v      * *      v * * *
* * * *   * *       * *      * *      ^ * * *
* * * *   * *****   * *****  * *****  * *** *
* * * *   *     *   *     *  *     *  **   **
*** ***   *******   *****v^  *******   *****

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* 3 * *   **   v^   *    ..  * *      *  ***
* v * ^   * #pX v   * ..  .  * *      *    **
* *** v   * # r #   * ..  .  * *      * !q* *
* * * *   * # v #   * 54 ..  * *      * * * *
* * * *   * # * #   *   @X   * *      * * * *
* * * *   * # * #   *   v    * *      * * * *
* * * *   * # * #   * * **   * *      * * * *
*  *  *   * # * #   * ** **  * *      * *** *
*  *  *   * #v* ^   * *** *  * *****  *    **
** * **   **   *v   * * * *  *     *  *  ***
*****     *v^**    *** ***  *******  ****

SPL

HELLO: PROCEDURE OPTIONS(MAIN);
*
/* Hello World in SPL4 (Siemens) */
*
DCL PRINTC ENTRY;
*
CALL PRINTC(‘Hello World!’, 12);
RETURN;
*
END HELLO;

SPSS

* SPSS Syntax
* “Hello World” title in the Output Window of SPSS via SPSS Syntax.

TITLE ‘Hello World’.

SQL-Advantage

— Hello World in SQL for Advantage Database

select ‘Hello World’ from system.iota

SQL-DB2

— Hello World in SQL for DB2
VALUES(‘hello world’)

SQL-Oracle

# Hello World in SQL for Oracle

SELECT ‘Hello World’ FROM dual;

SQL

# Hello World in SQL

SELECT ‘Hello World’;

sqlplus

— Hello World in Oracle SQL*Plus

prompt Hello World!

SQR

! Hello World in SQR
begin-program
print ‘Hello, World.’ (1,1)
end-program

ST-Guide

## Hello World for ST-Guide

@node “Hello World!”

Hello World!

@endnode

Sucro

Hello World in Sucro
{R}Hello World!{end}

SuperCollider

// Hello World in SuperCollider

“Hello, world!”.postln;

SVG

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″ standalone=”no”?>
<!– Hello World in SVG –>

<svg width=”240″ height=”100″ viewBox=”0 0 240 100″ zoomAndPan=”disable”
xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/2000/svg”  xmlns:xlink=”http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink”>
<title>Hello World</title>
<g>
<text x=”10″ y=”50″>Hello World</text>
<animate attributeName=’opacity’ values=’0;1′ dur=’4s’ fill=’freeze’ begin=”0s”/>
</g>
</svg>

T-SQL

— Hello World in T-SQL
PRINT ‘Hello World’

T9-Mobile

How to enter Hello World on a standard T9 numeric
keypad of an SMS-enabled mobile phone.
T9 predictive text has to be off.

44 33 555 555 666 0 9 666 777 555 3 11111

TACL

Comment — Hello World for TACL (Tandem Advanced Command Language)

?tacl macro

#OUTPUT Hello world

TAL

!     Hello world in Tandem TAL (Transaction Application Language)
proc Hello^World main;
begin
int    .term[0:12] := [ 12 * [ “  “ ] ],
.out [0:19];
string .sout := @out ‘<<’ 1, .sp;

call myterm ( term[1] );
call open ( term[1], term );
if <> then call abend;

sout ‘:=’ “Hello World” -> @sp;
call write ( term, out, @sp’-‘@sout );
if <> then call abend;
end;

Tcl

#!/usr/local/bin/tclsh
# Hello World in Tcl

puts “Hello World!”

TECO

!Hello World in TECO
!The $ symbol below wouldn’t actually be a printing character –
!it’s the [escape] character, \u001b!
FTHello World$

TeX

% Hello World in plain \TeX
\immediate\write16{Hello World!}
\end

Texinfo

\input texinfo
@c Hello World for Texinfo

@setfilename hello
@settitle Hello World

@node Top, Hello, (dir), (dir)

@menu
* Hello:: Hello World
@end menu

@node Hello, , Top, Top

Hello World!

@contents
@bye

Thue

Hello World in Thue. No comments possible.
a::=~Hello World!
::=
a

TI-59

Hello World for the TI-59 with PC-100C thermo printer.
No comment character exists.

The TI-59/PC-100C can print up to 20 characters per line (upper case
only). They are coded as 2-digit decimal numbers (see manual for
details) in up to four print registers (of five characters each)
and then printed.
Before entering the program, press LRN to switch into learn mode.
After entering the program, cancel learn mode with LRN, turn on the
printer, and run the program with A.
A pleasant sound, and what a font! Real TRUE-TYPE!

The output looks like this:

+——————–+
|        HELLO WORLD!|
|                    |
+——————–+

TI59 Code   Comment

LBL A       Start of program: label A
OP 00       Clear the four print registers
23          “H”
OP 02       Write into print register 2
17          “E”
27          “L”
27          “L”
32          “O”
00          ” ”
OP 03       Write into print register 3
43          “W”
32          “O”
35          “R”
27          “L”
16          “D”
73          “!”
OP 04       Write into print register 4
OP 05       Start printing
ADV         Line feed (optional)
R/S         End program

TI-8x

Hello World for TI 8x/9x basic (tested on a TI-83)

:ClrHome
: Disp “HELLO WORLD”

TI-BASIC-Extended

10 REM Hello World in Extended BASIC
20 REM for the TI99 series computer
100 CALL CLEAR :: DISPLAY AT(10,5):”Hello World” :: ACCEPT AT(20,4):A$

TI-BASIC

10 REM Hello World in TI BASIC
20 REM for the TI99 series computer
100 CALL CLEAR
110 PRINT “HELLO WORLD”
120 GOTO 120

TinyFugue

;Hello World in TinyFugue

/_echo Hello, World!

Tk

#!/usr/local/bin/wish -f
# Hello World in Tk

label .l -text “Hello World!”
pack .l

Toy

# Hello World code in Toy Programming Language (generic way)

<< “Hello World”;

Trans

// Hello World in Trans (Transmuter Programming Language)
import Console
Console.write(“Hello World!”)

troff

\”    “Hello, world!” in troff

Hello, world!

TSO-CLIST

PROC 0
/* Hello World in TSO CLIST */
write Hello World!

Turing-Machine

Hello World as a Turing machine.

State   Read   |   Write     Step    Next state
—————|———————————
1       empty  |   H         >       2
2       empty  |   e         >       3
3       empty  |   l         >       4
4       empty  |   l         >       5
5       empty  |   o         >       6
6       empty  |   blank     >       7
7       empty  |   W         >       8
8       empty  |   o         >       9
9       empty  |   r         >       10
10      empty  |   l         >       11
11      empty  |   d         >       12
12      empty  |   !         >       STOP

Turing

% Hello World in Turing
put “Hello World!”

UniComal

// Hello World in UniComal

PRINT “Hello World”

Unix-Shell

# Hello World for the Unix shells (sh, ksh, csh, bash, …)

echo ‘Hello World!’

unlambda

# Hello World in unlambda

`r“““““`.H.e.l.l.o. .w.o.r.l.di

UnrealScript

// Hello World for UnrealScript

class HelloWorldHUD extends HudBase;

simulated function DrawHudPassC (Canvas C)
{
C.SetPos( 0.50*C.ClipX , 0.50*C.ClipY);
C.DrawText(“Hello World!”);
}

defaultproperties
{
}

Ursala

# hello world in Ursala

#executable&

f = -[hello world]-!

Vala

// Hello World in Vala

using GLib;

int main(string[] args) {
stdout.printf(“Hello world!\n”);
return 0;
}

Vatical

+ Hello World in Vatical

LITURGY:
PRAY “Hello World!”
AMEN.

VAX-11-Macro

; Hello World in VAX-11 MACRO

.title hello
term_name:      .ascid /SYS$INPUT/
term_chan:      .blkw 1
out_iosb:       .blkq 1
msg:    .asciz  /Hello, world!/

.entry start,0

; establish a channel for terminal I/O
$assign_s devnam=term_name,-
chan=term_chan
blbc r0,error

; queue the I/O request
$qio_s chan=term_chan,-
func=#io$_writevblk,-
iosb=out_iosb,-
p1=msg,-
p2=#13
blbc r0,error

$exit_s ; normal exit

error:  halt ; error condition

.end start

VAX-Macro

Hello World in VAX Macro.

.title  helloworld
.ident  /hello world/
;
.library        /sys$library:lib/
$libdef
$lib$routinesdef

.psect  $data,wrt,noshr,noexe,long

hello:  .ascid  /Hello World!/

.psect  $code,nowrt,shr,exe,long

.entry  helloworld,^m<r9,r10,r11>

pushaq  hello                   ; output the
message
calls   #1,g^lib$put_output     ;

ret                             ; GTFOH
.end    helloworld              ;

VBScript

‘ Hello World in VBScript (Windows Scripting Host)
msgbox “Hello, World!”
Velocity

<HTML>
<!– Hello World in Velocity –>
<BODY>
#set( $foo = “Hello World” )
$foo
</BODY>
</HTML>

Verilog

/* Hello World in Verilog. */

module main;

initial
begin
$display(“Hello, World”);
$finish ;
end

endmodule

Vexi

<!– Hello World in Vexi. –>

<vexi xmlns:ui=”vexi://ui”>
<ui:box framewidth=”200″ frameheight=”100″>
<ui:box text=”Hello World!” />
vexi.ui.frame = thisbox;
</ui:box>
</vexi>
/<

VHDL

–Hello World in VHDL

ENTITY helloworld IS
END helloworld;

ARCHITECTURE hw OF helloworld IS

BEGIN

ASSERT FALSE
REPORT “HELLO, WORLD!”
SEVERITY NOTE;

END hw;

Visual-FoxPro

*Hello World in Microsoft Visual FoxPro 5-9
? “Hello World!”

VisualBasic

REM Hello World in Visual Basic for Windows

VERSION 2.00
Begin Form Form1
Caption         =   “Form1”
ClientHeight    =   6096
ClientLeft      =   936
ClientTop       =   1572
ClientWidth     =   6468
Height          =   6540
Left            =   876
LinkTopic       =   “Form1”
ScaleHeight     =   6096
ScaleWidth      =   6468
Top             =   1188
Width           =   6588
Begin Label Label1
Caption         =   “Hello World!”
Height          =   372
Left            =   2760
TabIndex        =   0
Top             =   2880
Width           =   972
End
End
Option Explicit

VisualBasic.NET

‘Hello World in Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET)

Imports System.Console

Class HelloWorld

Public Shared Sub Main()
WriteLine(“Hello, world!”)
End Sub

End Class

VisualBasic6

‘ Hello World in Visual Basic 6

Private Sub Form_Load()
Print “Hello World”
End Sub

VisualProlog

/* Hello World in Visual Prolog */

goal
console::init(),
stdio::write(“Hello World!”).

VisualWorksSmalltalk

“Hello World! in VisualWorks Smalltalk”

Dialog warn: ‘Hello World!’.

VMS-DCL

$ ! Hello World in Digital Command Language for the VMS operating system

$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT “Hello World!”

VRML

#VRML V2.0 utf8
# Hello World in VRML

Shape
{
geometry Text
{string “Hello World!”}
}

VSL

/* “hello, world” in VSL (the script language of Virtools),
to be used in a “Run VSL” building block */

void main()
{
bc.OutputToScreen(“hello, world”);
}

VVVV

Hello World in VVVV

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whirl

Hello World in Whirl

1100011001110001111100000100011111000110000000001100000

11100000110000010000011000111100000111110000011100001111

10010001100111000011111110000100111110001100000000011000

0011000111110001000000000000000000001001111110000111111

0001000000000000000000000000000111110001001000000001

1111100010000000000000100100001111100000111000011111001

00011000110000001000100000110000000000000000011000001

110011111001111110001001110011110000111000100111111100001

110001100000000000000000000000000000000010001000011

1110000011100001111100110001110000011100000001000111110

0000111110001000000000111000110000000000000000000000

0000000001001000011111000001110000111000100000000000

0010001000011111000111000111110011111100001110000110011

10001110000000000011111000001110001100001101100010000

0000001000000111110000011100001111100000001000111000

0000000000000000000000000000100000011111000001100

Whitespace

Hello #World #in #Whitespace    * # #    * # # #
+    *[Space]
+ #is #marked #with”#” # #[tab]    #with”*”    *line-feed #with #”+”    * #    *so
+it    #would
+be #easier #to #write #again… #All    *the    *non-whitespace-characters #are    *ignored…    * # #
+    *
+ # # # # #    *    * #    *    * # #
+    *
+ # # # # #    *    * #    *    *    *    *
+    *
+ # # # # #    * # # # # #
+    *
+ # # # # #    * #    * #    *    *    *
+    *
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wml

# Hello World in Wesnoth Markup Language (wml)
#define HELLOWORLD
[message]
speaker=”narrator”
message=_”Hello World”
[/message]
#enddef

WSH

// Hello World for the Windows Scripting Host
WScript.Echo(“Hello World!”);

X++

// Hello World in X++ (Microsoft Axapta)

class classHelloWorld
{
}

static void main(args Args)
{
dialog   dialog;
;
dialog = new dialog();
dialog.addText(“Hello World!”);
dialog.run();
}

Xbase++

Hello World in Xbase++
func Main()
Qout(“Hello World!”)
return 1

xblite

‘ Hello World in xblite, Windows GUI mode

IMPORT “gdi32”
IMPORT “user32″

DECLARE FUNCTION Entry ()

FUNCTION Entry ()
MessageBoxA (0, &”Hello World!”, &”Hello World Window”, $$MB_OK)
END FUNCTION
END PROGRAM

XHTML

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ standalone=”yes”?>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN”
“http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd”>
<!– Hello World in XHTML –>
<html
xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml” xml:lang=”en”>
<head>
<title>
Hello World!
</title>
</head>
<body>
<h1>Hello World!</h1>
</body>
</html>

XLogo

#Hello World in XLogo

to helloworld
resetall
hideturtle
fd 20 left 180
fd 40 left 180
fd 20 right 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 180
fd 40 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 right 90
fd 20 right 90
fd 10 right 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 10 left 90
fd 30 left 90
fd 40 left 180
fd 40 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 40 left 180
fd 40 left 90
fd 40 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 60 left 90
fd 40 left 180
fd 40 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 180
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 40 left 180
fd 40 left 90
fd 40 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 40 left 90
fd 20 right 90
fd 20 right 90
fd 5  left 90
fd 5  left 90
fd 25 left 180
fd 40 left 90
fd 40 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 20 left 90
fd 40 left 180
fd 40
end

XML

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”ISO-8859-1″?>
<?xml-stylesheet type=”text/xsl” href=”HelloWorld.xsl” ?>
<!– Hello World in XML –>
<text><string>Hello, World</string></text>

XPL0

\Hello World in XPL0
code Text=12;
Text(0, “Hello World!
“)

XQuery

( : Hello World with XQuery : )
let $i := “Hello World”
return $i

XSL-FO

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″?>
<!– Hello World in XSL-FO –>
<fo:root xmlns:fo=”http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format”>
<fo:layout-master-set>
<fo:simple-page-master master-name=”LetterPage” page-width=”8.5in” page-height=”11in”>?
<fo:region-body region-name=”PageBody” margin=”0.7in”/>
</fo:simple-page-master>
</fo:layout-master-set>
<fo:page-sequence master-reference=”LetterPage”>
<fo:flow flow-name=”PageBody”>
<fo:block font-size=”12pt” font-family=”courier”>Hello, World</fo:block>
</fo:flow>
</fo:page-sequence>
</fo:root>

XSLT

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>
<!– Hello World in XSLT –>
<xsl:stylesheet version=”1.0″ xmlns:xsl=”http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform”>
<xsl:template match=”/”>
<xsl:text>Hello World!</xsl:text>
</xsl:template>
</xsl:stylesheet>

XUL

<?xml version=”1.0″?>
<!– Hello World in XUL –>
<window xmlns=”http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul”>
<label value=”Hello World!”/>
</window>

Yacas

Hello World in Yacas

WriteString(“Hello World”)

ZIM

% Hello World in ZIM (database and development language)

out “Hello World”

 

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