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A case is made for attempting to improve Pascal by reducing it in size and complexity, before additions are considered. Improvements are, in any case, best made by designing a completely new language. Some examples of possible improvements are given, based on observed deficiencies of Pascal from...
Unlike ADA or Modula-2, the programming language C is not inherently modular. But by exploiting certain features of the language it is possible to build modular design into C programs. This has advantages in large programming projects where source code will be written by many programmers, or in...
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