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Mod51 Structured Text Programming Language
- Mix of structured text language of IEC1131, and ISO Modula-2; optimized for the most common 8-bit controller, the Intel C51 core, mainly for Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), embedded controls.
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A Digital Contrarian Retires
- Short professional biography and history of Professor Niklaus Wirth. By Beat Gerber, in The ModulaTor. (March 01, 1999)
Program Development by Stepwise Refinement
- By Niklaus Wirth; Communications of the ACM, April 1971. Programming is usually taught by examples. Experience shows that the success of a programming course critically depends on the choice of these examples. Unfortunately, they are too often selected with the prime intent to demonstrate what a computer can do. Instead, a main criterion for selection should be their suitability to exhibit certain widely applicable techniques. [ACM] (April 01, 1971)
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