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Re: Declarative constraints in practical terms

From: David Cressey <dcressey_at_verizon.net>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 14:28:46 GMT
Message-ID: <y0EMf.7424$UN1.5544@trndny08>

"x" <x_at_not-exists.org> wrote in message news:dtv15h$fob$1_at_emma.aioe.org...
>
> "David Cressey" <dcressey_at_verizon.net> wrote in message
> news:DeDMf.1660$SJ2.464_at_trndny01...
> >
> > "x" <x_at_not-exists.org> wrote in message
news:dtuu4r$ja9$1_at_emma.aioe.org...
> > > An imperative language is a language whose statements are commands.
> > > A procedural language is a language that allow procedures.
> > > A declarative language is a language whose statements are statements.
> :-)
> > >
> > >
>
> > Is a "FORTRAN Statement" an imperative or a declarative?
>
> Which FORTRAN statement ? :-)
> Imperative I guess.
>

Okay.
Is a FORTRAN statement a statement? Received on Mon Feb 27 2006 - 08:28:46 CST

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