Forum: letters

@article{Ashenhurst1984ForumL,
  title={Forum: letters},
  author={Robert L. Ashenhurst},
  journal={Communications of The ACM},
  year={1984},
  volume={27},
  pages={984-988}
}
  • R. Ashenhurst
  • Published 1 October 1984
  • Education
  • Communications of The ACM
Congratulations on the marvelous changes in Communications. I no longer feel the publication is a bitter pill of professional affiliation; rather it is a reward that I look forward to each month. I especially applaud-Jon Bentley's "Programming Pearls." Month after month his work is exceptional.-Increasing space for fine general interest articles such as the recent "Case Studies."-The special section featuring humor in April's issue. I particularly liked the article by Knuth.-The clear plastic… 
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