High level sequential and concurrent programming
This paper examines the major developments in data structures and program constructs which have evolved in high level programming languages since the introduction of Fortran. The programming language Pascal is used to illustrate these program constructs and data structures.
The relevance of these developments to microcomputer systems is that any high level program constructs and data structures for these systems should also be independent of the hardware.
KeywordsData Item Data Declaration Primitive Type Program Construct Program Text
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