Updated: 10/02/2017 by Computer Hope
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A dart may refer to any of the following:

1. Dart is an open source web-based programming language developed by Google. Introduced in October 2011, Dart was created in the hopes that it would one day replace JavaScript as the primary programming language for web applications. It has a syntax similar to the C programming language, and supports object-oriented constructs such as classes and inheritance.

2. DaRT (Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset) is a software suite for Windows that diagnoses and repairs problems when the operating system is offline. Before 2006, DaRT was known as Emergency Repair Disk Commander (ERD Commander).

3. DART (Data Access in Real Time) is a Unix-like operating system for embedded systems that features a real-time kernel and dedicated file server software.

4. DART (Dynamic Analysis and Replanning Tool) is an artificial intelligence program developed by the United States military which was introduced in 1991.

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