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Comprehension of computer programs involves detecting or inferring different kinds of relations between program parts. Different kinds of programming knowledge facilitate detection and representation of the different textual relations. The present research investigates the role of programming knowledge in program comprehension and the nature of mental representations of programs: specifically, whether procedural (control flow) or functional (goal hierarchy) relations dominate programmers'doi:10.1016/0010-0285(87)90007-7 fatcat:egwi7ddncrgg3a62bm5qhgtdii