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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
What will a definitive programming language look like? By definitive language I mean a programming language that gives good solutions at its level of abstraction, allowing computer science researchers to move on and work at higher levels. Given the evolution of computer science as a field with a rising level of abstraction, it is my belief that a small set of definitive languages will eventually exist. But how can we learn something about this set, considering that many basic questions aboutdoi:10.1007/11737414_2 fatcat:t4zv7hbbengrxggd2hen6757l4