The group was centered in the US, but input was solicited from international experts. European experts responded well, which was valuable since language research there, during the prior decade, was more active than in the US. Some highly accomplished academics were paid including Edsger W. Dijkstra, Charles Antony Richard Hoare, and Niklaus Wirth.
HOLWG had three objectives:
ADA (programming language) ( includes related articles on compilers, how to get ADA aid, and synchronizing tasks through rendezvous.)
Aug 17, 1989; The growing use of 3 2-bit [micro]Ps, with the 4G-byte address spaces, allows engineers to create embedded systems incorporating...