ian at emit.demon.co.ukx
Thu Jul 17 12:53:30 CEST 2003
"richardc" <richardc at hmgcc.gov.uk> writes:
> 'Question 8'
> Im no expert but wouldnt you accept that Python has 'borrowed' FORTRAN's
> fixed format syntax. I can only think of Python and FORTRAN off the top of
> my head which use whitespace as part of the syntax.
There was also Occam from the early eighties
where each construct was indented by two spaces to show structure:
PROC write.string(CHAN output, VALUE string)=
SEQ character.number = [1 FOR string[BYTE 0]]
output ! string[BYTE character.number]
write.string(terminal.screen, "Hello World!")
"Thinks: I can't think of a thinks. End of thinks routine": Blue Bottle
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