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Modula-2 is a computer programming language designed and developed between 1977 and 1985 by Niklaus Wirth at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ...

Modula-2 home


Modula-2 web directory, tutorial and reference manual, free Modula-2 source code and downloads.

The Modula-2 Programming Language - University of Michigan


Nov 24, 1996 ... Modula-2 was designed based on Pascal and Modula but its improvements over Pascal included modules, low level features, coroutines, and ...

Modula-2 Reloaded ⋄ Home Page


Aug 31, 2016 ... Welcome to the Modula-2 R10 Project Wiki. Our mission is to make software safe and reliable. The project goals are correctness, safety, ...

Free Modula-2 Compilers (thefreecountry.com)


Free compilers for Niklaus Wirth's Modula 2 language.

Native XDS-x86 - Free Modula-2/Oberon-2 Compiler for Windows ...


ISO compliant Modula-2 compilers for Linux (x86 only) and Windows, developed by Excelsior LLC. Generates x86 object code. No longer maintained but ...

Modula-2 - Programmer's Wiki - Wikia


There have been many Modula-2 compilers for microcomputers and personal computers in the 1980s...

Modula-2 FAQ - Arjay Books


Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Modula-2.

The Modula-2 programming language - Peter Moylan


Mar 22, 2010 ... Modula-2 is a programming language invented by Niklaus Wirth, who was also the inventor of Pascal. If you liked Pascal, you'll like Modula-2 ...

Modula Two


Modula-2 (ModulaTwo) is the 2nd of the ModulaLanguages, thus one of the WirthLanguages. It was a refinement of the original Modula (ModulaOne), which was ...

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GNU Modula-2


PIM 2/3/4 and ISO compliant Modula-2 front-end for the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), developed and maintained at the University of Clamorgan (UK).

What is Modula-2? Webopedia Definition


Wirth created Modula-2 in the late 1970s to answer many of the criticisms leveled at Pascal, which he had created ten years earlier. In particular, Modula-2 ...

Modula-2 information by Rick Sutcliffe


Information on Modula-2 and relevant links compiled by Rick Sutcliffe.