FPR may refer to:
FPr (programming language)
FPr (Function-level Programming right-associative) is a programming language that is an implementation of an FP-System. FP was invented by John Backus and described in his Turing Award lecture. FPr features the list-techniques of Lisp and some techniques of object-oriented programming especially the use of the infix notation. FPr offers an alternative for the usage of local variables.