In English, the common indication is "(cont.)", an abbreviation of "continued". Your list would look like this:
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Programming languages (cont.)
However, in general I would recommend not breaking a list over two pages if it's at all avoidable. Readers will appreciate having the content all on one page (this is true of dead trees as well as the Internet) and it reduces mistakes stemming from reader fatigue.
And, of course, if the list is so long as to require two pages, it's probably too long in the first place.
EDIT (I don't normally add this much to an answer, but the O.P. asked for some examples):
In a book called A Guide for Using Stone Soup in the Classroom
by Susan Onion1, she uses (cont.) to denote an outline that is continuing onto subsequent pages.
a medical textbook entitled Pneumonia Essentials 2010 (Burke Cunha, editor) uses a variant, (cont'd):
1 If you know the Stone Soup story, you'll find the author's name rather amusing.