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Structured Programming: Agony and/or Ecstacy

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Town, J.R. ; TRW Systems

It has been observed, and perhaps with good reason, that structured programming is a big pain in the neck. And yet, those who profess to have tried it also claim they like it. Furthermore, they insist they will never do without it again. Is it possible that the nay-sayers and the professed believers are talking about the same thing? Probably not. There is at least a subtle distinction which lies somewhere near the heart of the continuing structured programming controversy.

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Computer  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 6 )