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["A Sample Management Application Program in a Graphical Data-driven Programming language", A.L. Davis et al, Digest of Papers, Compcon Spring 81, Feb 1981, pp. 162-167].

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The GPL enforces cooperation," Geck said, "and the cooperation of people is really what's at the core of the power of the operating system.
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