On the design of programming languages including mini algol 68
Some general characteristics of ALGOL-like programming languages are introduced. It is discussed what kind of language concepts are useful enough for most users to justify their presence in new languages. As an illustration, Mini ALGOL 68 is proposed as a modest successor of ALGOL 60.
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