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    An advanced programming language created by Bertrand Meyer and developed by his company, Interactive Software Engineering (ISE). The language was introduced in 1986 and a basic Windows compiler is available at no charge.

    Eiffel encourages object-oriented program development and supports a systematic approach to software development. The Eiffel compiler generates C code, which you can then modify and re-compile with a C compiler.