MODUlar LAnguage


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MODUlar LAnguage

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(Modula) Wirth's 1977 predecessor of Modula-2. The original Modula was, more oriented toward concurrent programming, but otherwise quite similar.

["Modula - A Language for Modular Multiprogramming", N. Wirth, Soft Prac & Exp 7(1):3-35, Jan 1977].
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the aim is to establish a modular language training offer that is open to all immigrants and that leads at least to the common european framework of reference for languages (cefr) of level b1, but possibly to cefr level b2.

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