The language 1C

    Syntax in 1C. As in many computer languages instructions are separated by semicolon (;). 1C is not case-sensitive as, for example, C, C ++, Java or also C #. White characters (spaces, tabulators, line breaks) can be used to make the source code clearer and more readable. Here 1C can be compared to other languages, for example with BASIC. Of course the "white characters" may not be used within identifiers.

During many years the name "Software system 1C: Enterprise" referred to a product of the company 1C (http://www.v8.1c.ru/eng/), the integrated development environment on the basis of the computer language 1C.

 1C - versions
 

Version

Publication date

Platform

3.0, 4.0, 5.0

from 1991

MS-DOS

6.0

from 1995

Windows 3.1
7.0, 7.5

1996

Windows 95 and later
7.7

1999

Windows 95 and later
8.0

2003

Windows 2000 and later
8.1

2008

Windows 2000 and later
8.2

2009

Windows 2000 and later