Active language I

@inproceedings{Vogelaere1967ActiveLI,
  title={Active language I},
  author={Rene De Vogelaere},
  year={1967}
}
From the user's point of view, there are mainly three ways in which a computer can appear to react to his requests: program by program, line by line, and character by character. In the earlier computers the reaction was essentially program by program unless the user was working at the console. With the advent of time-sharing, besides the program by program reaction, both line by line and character by character reactions become possible. Many languages have already been developed which are… CONTINUE READING