Structured programming was first proposed in about 1970, by Professor Edsger Wybe Dijkstra. It has since become a major methodology, used commonly by most programmers, who may never even have heard the term. While many people believe its main idea was to eliminate the use of unconditional jumps (naked GOTOs, the infamous GOTO statement), Dijkstra states the main idea more generally as: "I now suggest that we confine ourselves to the design and implementation of intellectually manageable programs."
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