On the usefulness of syntax directed editors
The intent of this position statement is to relate our experience with the actual use of a syntax directed editor (Mentor ) in different contexts: teaching, real software production, software maintenance and associated tasks, language design and development, development of programming tools and new programming structures.
KeywordsMaintenance Activity Abstract Syntax Software Maintenance Novice User Full Screen
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