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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Attempt This Online Note: I (pxeger) am the author and maintainer of ATO ATO was originally conceived as a replacement for the increasingly out-of-date Try It Online. You can find it at ...
6 votes

Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Do Stuff Online DSO is an online interpreter service I made that runs entirely in your browser. It's a complete work in progress, and mostly runs JS-based languages although I've managed to get some ...
4 votes

Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Rust The rust playground offers a nice editor with syntax highlighting and lets you choose between different compiler versions. You can also use the top 100 most downloaded crates from crates.io (...
4 votes

Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Anarchy Golf Anarchy Golf performance checker (link: http://golf.shinh.org/check.rb). It lets you run programs in those 111 languages: (sorry, the list takes up quite a lot of screen space) Most ...
3 votes

Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

ESFiddle Not to be confused with ES6Fiddle. ESFiddle allows for running ES6 and ES7 experimental features such as array comprehension and the exponentiation operator which no other transpiler does. ...
2 votes

Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

QBasic 1.1 at Archive.org Real QBasic--sound, graphics, everything--running in DOSBox, available in your browser. Caveats: there's no copy-and-paste, so you have to type your code by hand, and I haven'...
2 votes

Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

jq https://jqplay.org ­– Not written by the language's developer himself, but the official jq Manual also uses it to run its examples. jq play is more an interactive playground, so the checkboxes to ...
1 vote

Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Scastie Scastie is a free, no-account-required sandbox for running Scala code. It's particularly good for testing short snippets, since code doesn't need to be contained in a class/object or method. ...
1 vote

Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

.NETFiddle If most of the time, I will use Tio for .NET snippet. It is good to know about .NETFiddle. .NETFiddle supports C#, F# and VB. .NETFiddle compiles with .NET 4.5 or Roslyn 2.0 .NETFiddle ...
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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Chicken The language's homepage has an interpreter built-in.

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