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A Discipline of Programming

Edsger W. Dijkstra

Buy this book at Amazon.com or try Amazon.co.uk in England, Amazon.ca in Canada, Amazon.de in Germany, Amazon.fr in France, Amazon.it in Italy, Amazon.es in Spain. ASIN=013215871X, Category: Software Design, Language: E, cover: PB, pages: 217, year: 1976.

Niklaus Wirth found out that it is better not to include concurrency into a language and became almost as minimalist as his friend Dijkstra who tought programming using a language that didn't even need a compiler! - by using assertions, the proof of program's correctness is part of its development.

As a reviewer of this book, Ganapathy Subramaniam, aptly stated on the corresponding book page at amazon.com, quote: