1951 – Regional Assembly Language
1952 – Autocode
1954 – IPL (ancestor of the LISP language)
1955 – FLOW-MATIC (the ancestor of the COBOL language)
1957 – FORTRAN (first compiled language)
1957 – COMTRAN (the ancestor of the COBOL language)
1958 – LISP
1958 – ALGOL 58
1959 – FACT (the ancestor of the COBOL language)
1959 – COBOL
1959 – RPG
1962 – APL
1962 – Simula
1962 – SNOBOL
1963 – CPL (ancestor of C language)
1964 – BASIC
1964 – PL/I
1966 – JOSS
1967 – BCPL (ancestor of C language)
1968 – Logo
1969 – B (ancestor of C language)
1970 – Pascal
1970 – Forth
1972 – C
1972 – Smalltalk
1972 – Prolog
1973 – ML
1975 – Scheme
1978 – SQL
1980 – C++ (C language of the existing class, renamed in July 1983)
1983 – Ada
1984 – Common Lisp
1984 – MATLAB
1985 – Eiffel
1986 – Objective-C
1986 – Erlang
1987 – Perl
1988 – Tcl
1988 – Mathematica
1989 – FL
1990 – Haskell
1991 – Python
1991 – Visual Basic
1993 – Ruby
1993 – Lua
1994 – CLOS (part of the ANSI Common Lisp)
1995 – Java
1995 – Delphi (Object Pascal)
1995 – JavaScript
1995 – PHP
1996 – WebDNA
1997 – Rebol
1999 – D
2000 – ActionScript
2001 – C#
2001 – Visual Basic .NET
2002 – F#
2003 – Groovy
2003 – Scala
2007 – Clojure
2009 – Go
2011 – Dart
From 1951 to the present, humans have invented a total of 256 programming languages, each with its own new features. The programming language is constantly innovating, and soon new programming languages ​​beyond this list will emerge.