Adenine, named after the nucleic acid adenine, is a script language, which is developed in the context of the Haystack project and the Oxygen project of the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) in collaboration with NTT.

A substantial characteristic of adenine is that this language possesses native support for the RDF. The language constructs of adenine is derived from Python and LISP.

The language is written in RDF and thus also can be represented and written with RDF based Syntaxes such as N3. Also, as well as RDF, Adenine can get extended. Adenine is due to the specialization on RDF a domain-specific programming language (DSL). The data type system corresponds to the data type system from RDF and XML Schema, and can get extended. As a script language, adenine is platform independent.

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