Observations on the differences between formulas and sentences and their application to programming language design

Abstract

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DOI: 10.1145/954245.954250

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@inproceedings{MacLennan1979ObservationsOT, title={Observations on the differences between formulas and sentences and their application to programming language design}, author={Bruce J. MacLennan}, booktitle={SIGP}, year={1979} }