NetRexx is a general-purpose programming language inspired by two very
       different programming languages, Rexx and Java. It is designed for
       people, not computers. In this respect it follows Rexx closely, with
       many of the concepts and most of the syntax taken directly from Rexx
       or its object-oriented version, Object Rexx. From Java it derives
       static typing, binary arithmetic, the object model, and exception
       handling. "A smart language designed for real people, and vice versa."
       Originally a product from the IBM Hursley Software Lab, NetRexx has
       always been free software and is free and open source since
       June 11th, 2011. It is the first alternative language for the
       Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
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