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The purpose of the article is to describe the method of comparison of programming languages, convenient for assessing the expressive power of languages and the complexity of the programming systems. The method is adapted to substantiate practical, objective criteria of program decomposition, which can be considered as an approach to solving the problem of factorization of very complicated definitions of programming languages and their support systems. In addition, the article presents thedoi:10.31144/si.2307-6410.2020.n16.p1-10 fatcat:m3kre5qvpbhshf7jma5o26owmu