The Y programming language

@inproceedings{Hanson1981TheYP,
  title={The Y programming language},
  author={David R. Hanson},
  booktitle={SIGP},
  year={1981}
}
!. In t roduc t ion Y is a structured, general-purpose programming language intended for use in simple systems programming applications. More specifically', it is designed for applications similar to those described in the book Software Tools" [ker76]. Y is, in fact, meant to replace Ratfor [ker75] for those sorts of applications and in programming courses based on Software Tools. ",' is a relatively simple language. Syntactically, it falls about midway between Ratfor and C [ker78… CONTINUE READING
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