This text describes and illustrates the use of structured programming, a
recently formalized programming style in which the structure of a program is
made as clear as possible. Intended for programmers, the publication consists
of three chapters:
1. An expository chapter describes the technique, its supporting practices,
and its use. General suggestions on getting started are also included.
2. A reference chapter illustrates the implementation of the technique in
FORTRAN. This chapter may be used as a starting point for establishing
an installation's own structured programming guidelines.
3. A third chapter contains two sample programs written according to the '
techniques presented in the earlier chapters.
First Edition (July 1977)
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Reference Number : GC20-17904
Date Published : July 1977
Manufacturer : IBM
Format : PDF - 49 pages
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