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Visual Structure Language
In this paper we describe a new language, Visual Structure Language (VSL), designed to describe the structure of a program and explain its pieces. This new language is built on top of a general-purpose language, such as C. The language consists of three extensions: explanations, nesting, and arcs. Explanations are comments explicitly associated with code segments. These explanations can be nested. And arcs can be inserted between explanations to show data-or control-flow. The value of VSL isdoi:10.2172/789522 fatcat:y6474ifnlbea5hjnymizdziqum