A Discipline of ProgrammingExecutional abstraction; The role of programming languages; States and their characterization; The characterization of semantics; The semantic characterization of a programming language; Two theorems; On the design of properly terminating; Euclid's algorithm revisited; The formal treatment of some small examples; The linear search theorem; The problem of the next permutation. 
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Contents
O EXECUTIONAL ABSTRACTION l  1 
THE ROLE OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES  7 
ON NONDETERMINACY BEING BOUNDED  9 
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