The AZUR compiler-interpreter is a programming language for processing time series, for creating reports (with and without graphics), and for editing relational databases. In syntax, it is based on traditional programming languages such as C or Pascal. Azur contains a variety of predefined types that support working with time series, relations, axes of coordinates, or report pages.
A large number of built-in functions simplifies programming. Most programs can consist of just a few lines. Self-defined functions can be stored in libraries that can be linked as needed. With the help of Azur, our programs can be expanded as desired, but also create your own applications.