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      <td>make</td>
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      <td>Makefile syntax [aliases: makefile,mf,gnumake,bsdmake]</td>
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    </tr>
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    <tr>
405
      <td>markdown</td>
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      <td>Markdown, a light-weight markup language for authors [aliases: md,mkd]</td>
407
    </tr>
408
    <tr>
409
      <td>mason</td>
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      <td>The HTML::Mason framework (https://metacpan.org/pod/HTML::Mason)</td>
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    </tr>
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    <tr>
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      <td>mathematica</td>
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      <td>Wolfram Mathematica, the world's definitive system for modern technical computing. [aliases: wl]</td>
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    </tr>
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    <tr>
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      <td>matlab</td>
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      <td>Matlab [aliases: m]</td>
419
    </tr>
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    <tr>
421
      <td>minizinc</td>
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      <td>MiniZinc is a free and open-source constraint modeling language (minizinc.org)</td>
423
    </tr>
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    <tr>
425
      <td>moonscript</td>
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      <td>Moonscript (http://www.moonscript.org) [aliases: moon]</td>
427
    </tr>
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    <tr>
429
      <td>mosel</td>
430
      <td>An optimization language used by Fico's Xpress.</td>
431
    </tr>
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    <tr>
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      <td>msgtrans</td>
434
      <td>RISC OS message translator messages file</td>
435
    </tr>
436
    <tr>
437
      <td>mxml</td>
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      <td>MXML</td>
439
    </tr>
440
    <tr>
441
      <td>nasm</td>
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      <td>Netwide Assembler</td>
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    </tr>
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    <tr>
445
      <td>nginx</td>
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      <td>configuration files for the nginx web server (nginx.org)</td>
447
    </tr>
448
    <tr>
449
      <td>nim</td>
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      <td>The Nim programming language (http://nim-lang.org/) [aliases: nimrod]</td>
451
    </tr>
452
    <tr>
453
      <td>nix</td>
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      <td>The Nix expression language (https://nixos.org/nix/manual/#ch-expression-language) [aliases: nixos]</td>
455
    </tr>
456
    <tr>
457
      <td>objective_c</td>
458
      <td>an extension of C commonly used to write Apple software [aliases: objc,obj-c,obj_c,objectivec]</td>
459
    </tr>
460
    <tr>
461
      <td>ocaml</td>
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      <td>Objective Caml (ocaml.org)</td>
463
    </tr>
464
    <tr>
465
      <td>openedge</td>
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      <td>The OpenEdge ABL programming language</td>
467
    </tr>
468
    <tr>
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      <td>opentype_feature_file</td>
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      <td>Feature specifications for an OpenType font (adobe-type-tools.github.io/afdko) [aliases:
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        fea,opentype,opentypefeature]</td>
472
    </tr>
473
    <tr>
474
      <td>pascal</td>
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      <td>a procedural programming language commonly used as a teaching language.</td>
476
    </tr>
477
    <tr>
478
      <td>perl</td>
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      <td>The Perl scripting language (perl.org) [aliases: pl]</td>
480
    </tr>
481
    <tr>
482
      <td>php</td>
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      <td>The PHP scripting language (php.net) [aliases: php,php3,php4,php5]</td>
484
    </tr>
485
    <tr>
486
      <td>plaintext</td>
487
      <td>A boring lexer that doesn't highlight anything [aliases: text]</td>
488
    </tr>
489
    <tr>
490
      <td>plist</td>
491
      <td>plist [aliases: plist]</td>
492
    </tr>
493
    <tr>
494
      <td>powershell</td>
495
      <td>powershell [aliases: posh,microsoftshell,msshell]</td>
496
    </tr>
497
    <tr>
498
      <td>praat</td>
499
      <td>The Praat scripting language (praat.org)</td>
500
    </tr>
501
    <tr>
502
      <td>prolog</td>
503
      <td>The Prolog programming language (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolog) [aliases: prolog]</td>
504
    </tr>
505
    <tr>
506
      <td>prometheus</td>
507
      <td>prometheus [aliases: prometheus]</td>
508
    </tr>
509
    <tr>
510
      <td>properties</td>
511
      <td>.properties config files for Java</td>
512
    </tr>
513
    <tr>
514
      <td>protobuf</td>
515
      <td>Google's language-neutral, platform-neutral, extensible mechanism for serializing structured data
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        [aliases: proto]</td>
517
    </tr>
518
    <tr>
519
      <td>puppet</td>
520
      <td>The Puppet configuration management language (puppetlabs.org) [aliases: pp]</td>
521
    </tr>
522
    <tr>
523
      <td>python</td>
524
      <td>The Python programming language (python.org) [aliases: py]</td>
525
    </tr>
526
    <tr>
527
      <td>q</td>
528
      <td>The Q programming language (kx.com) [aliases: kdb+]</td>
529
    </tr>
530
    <tr>
531
      <td>qml</td>
532
      <td>QML, a UI markup language [aliases: qml]</td>
533
    </tr>
534
    <tr>
535
      <td>r</td>
536
      <td>The R statistics language (r-project.org) [aliases: r,R,s,S]</td>
537
    </tr>
538
    <tr>
539
      <td>racket</td>
540
      <td>Racket is a Lisp descended from Scheme (racket-lang.org)</td>
541
    </tr>
542
    <tr>
543
      <td>reasonml</td>
544
      <td>New syntax on top of OCaml ecosystem (reasonml.github.io)</td>
545
    </tr>
546
    <tr>
547
      <td>robot_framework</td>
548
      <td>Robot Framework is a generic open source automation testing framework (robotframework.org)
549
        [aliases: robot,robot-framework]</td>
550
    </tr>
551
    <tr>
552
      <td>ruby</td>
553
      <td>The Ruby programming language (ruby-lang.org) [aliases: rb]</td>
554
    </tr>
555
    <tr>
556
      <td>rust</td>
557
      <td>The Rust programming language (rust-lang.org) [aliases:
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        rs,rust,no_run,rs,no_run,rust,ignore,rs,ignore,rust,should_panic,rs,should_panic]</td>
559
    </tr>
560
    <tr>
561
      <td>sas</td>
562
      <td>SAS (Statistical Analysis Software)</td>
563
    </tr>
564
    <tr>
565
      <td>sass</td>
566
      <td>The Sass stylesheet language language (sass-lang.com)</td>
567
    </tr>
568
    <tr>
569
      <td>scala</td>
570
      <td>The Scala programming language (scala-lang.org) [aliases: scala]</td>
571
    </tr>
572
    <tr>
573
      <td>scheme</td>
574
      <td>The Scheme variant of Lisp</td>
575
    </tr>
576
    <tr>
577
      <td>scss</td>
578
      <td>SCSS stylesheets (sass-lang.com)</td>
579
    </tr>
580
    <tr>
581
      <td>sed</td>
582
      <td>sed, the ultimate stream editor</td>
583
    </tr>
584
    <tr>
585
      <td>shell</td>
586
      <td>Various shell languages, including sh and bash [aliases: bash,zsh,ksh,sh]</td>
587
    </tr>
588
    <tr>
589
      <td>sieve</td>
590
      <td>mail filtering language</td>
591
    </tr>
592
    <tr>
593
      <td>slim</td>
594
      <td>The Slim template language</td>
595
    </tr>
596
    <tr>
597
      <td>smalltalk</td>
598
      <td>The Smalltalk programming language [aliases: st,squeak]</td>
599
    </tr>
600
    <tr>
601
      <td>smarty</td>
602
      <td>Smarty Template Engine [aliases: smarty]</td>
603
    </tr>
604
    <tr>
605
      <td>sml</td>
606
      <td>Standard ML [aliases: ml]</td>
607
    </tr>
608
    <tr>
609
      <td>sparql</td>
610
      <td>Semantic Query Language, for RDF data</td>
611
    </tr>
612
    <tr>
613
      <td>sqf</td>
614
      <td>Status Quo Function, a Real Virtuality engine scripting language</td>
615
    </tr>
616
    <tr>
617
      <td>sql</td>
618
      <td>Structured Query Language, for relational databases</td>
619
    </tr>
620
    <tr>
621
      <td>supercollider</td>
622
      <td>A cross-platform interpreted programming language for sound synthesis, algorithmic composition, and
623
        realtime performance</td>
624
    </tr>
625
    <tr>
626
      <td>swift</td>
627
      <td>Multi paradigm, compiled programming language developed by Apple for iOS and OS X development.
628
        (developer.apple.com/swift)</td>
629
    </tr>
630
    <tr>
631
      <td>tap</td>
632
      <td>Test Anything Protocol [aliases: tap]</td>
633
    </tr>
634
    <tr>
635
      <td>tcl</td>
636
      <td>The Tool Command Language (tcl.tk)</td>
637
    </tr>
638
    <tr>
639
      <td>terraform</td>
640
      <td>Terraform HCL Interpolations [aliases: tf]</td>
641
    </tr>
642
    <tr>
643
      <td>tex</td>
644
      <td>The TeX typesetting system [aliases: TeX,LaTeX,latex]</td>
645
    </tr>
646
    <tr>
647
      <td>toml</td>
648
      <td>the TOML configuration format (https://github.com/mojombo/toml)</td>
649
    </tr>
650
    <tr>
651
      <td>tsx</td>
652
      <td>tsx</td>
653
    </tr>
654
    <tr>
655
      <td>tulip</td>
656
      <td>the tulip programming language (twitter.com/tuliplang) [aliases: tulip]</td>
657
    </tr>
658
    <tr>
659
      <td>turtle</td>
660
      <td>Terse RDF Triple Language, TriG</td>
661
    </tr>
662
    <tr>
663
      <td>twig</td>
664
      <td>Twig template engine (twig.sensiolabs.org)</td>
665
    </tr>
666
    <tr>
667
      <td>typescript</td>
668
      <td>TypeScript, a superset of JavaScript [aliases: ts]</td>
669
    </tr>
670
    <tr>
671
      <td>vala</td>
672
      <td>A programming language similar to csharp.</td>
673
    </tr>
674
    <tr>
675
      <td>vb</td>
676
      <td>Visual Basic [aliases: visualbasic]</td>
677
    </tr>
678
    <tr>
679
      <td>verilog</td>
680
      <td>The System Verilog hardware description language</td>
681
    </tr>
682
    <tr>
683
      <td>vhdl</td>
684
      <td>Very High Speed Integrated Circuit Hardware Description Language</td>
685
    </tr>
686
    <tr>
687
      <td>viml</td>
688
      <td>VimL, the scripting language for the Vim editor (vim.org) [aliases: vim,vimscript,ex]</td>
689
    </tr>
690
    <tr>
691
      <td>vue</td>
692
      <td>Vue.js single-file components [aliases: vuejs]</td>
693
    </tr>
694
    <tr>
695
      <td>wollok</td>
696
      <td>Wollok lang</td>
697
    </tr>
698
    <tr>
699
      <td>xml</td>
700
      <td>
701
        <desc for="this-lexer">XML</desc>
702
      </td>
703
    </tr>
704
    <tr>
705
      <td>xojo</td>
706
      <td>Xojo [aliases: realbasic]</td>
707
    </tr>
708
    <tr>
709
      <td>xpath</td>
710
      <td>XML Path Language (XPath) 3.1</td>
711
    </tr>
712
    <tr>
713
      <td>xquery</td>
714
      <td>XQuery 3.1: An XML Query Language</td>
715
    </tr>
716
    <tr>
717
      <td>yaml</td>
718
      <td>Yaml Ain't Markup Language (yaml.org) [aliases: yml]
719
      <td>
720
    </tr>
721
  </table>
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