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A Modules and Separate Compilation facility for ALGOL 68

  title={A Modules and Separate Compilation facility for ALGOL 68},
  author={Charles H. Lindsey and Hendrik Boom},
  journal={ALGOL Bulletin},
These proposals, which have been discussed over a long period of time by the ALGOL 68 Support Sub-committee, owe their origin to the proposals of Schuman [I] and of the Cambridge compiler team [22. They have been discussed extensively at meetings of the Sub-committee and in correspondence between members of its Task Force on Modules and Separate Compilation. The authors of the present work wish to record their thanks to all those who have contributed in this way, and especially to Dr R. B. K… Expand
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