{{language|ERRE |site=}} {{language programming paradigm|Imperative}} ERRE was born as a university project (Politecnico di Milano - Italy) in the 80's on a C-64 computer. The language was ported to IBM PC and revised various times.

The actual versions are:

  • '''V 2.6''' on PC IBM and compatibles (from MS-DOS 5.0 to Win XP)

  • '''V 3.2''' on C-64

There also a reduced version for VIC-20 ('''V 1.3''') and a more recent version for PC ('''V 3.0''') with limited OOP support.

ERRE is a [[imperative programming|imperative]] programming language: it's compiled in R-Code and then executed with an interpreter.

Web site: '''ERRE PROJECT'''''[]''

Web site: '''ERRE TUTORIAL'''''[]''