Unformatted text preview: structured programming , a logical, disciplined approach to programming. The languages Pascal and Modula-2 were built on the principles of struc-tured programming. And BASIC, a language introduced for third-genera-tion machines, was refined and upgraded to more-structured versions. C, a language that allows the user to intersperse assembly-language statements, was also introduced. C++, a structured language that also allows the user access to low-level statements, became the language of choice in industry. Better and more powerful operating systems also were being developed. UNIX, developed at AT&T as a research tool, has become standard in many university settings. PC-DOS, developed for IBM PC, and MS-DOS, developed for compatibles, became standards for personal computers. The...
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