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Q15) Are there standards for the BETA language?




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Q15) Are there standards for the BETA language?

The definition of the BETA language is in the public domain. This definition
is controlled by the original designers of the BETA language: Bent Bruun
Kristensen, Ole Lehrmann Madsen, Birger Moller-Pedersen, and Kristen
Nygaard. This means that anyone or any company may create a compiler,
interpreter, or whatever having to do with BETA.

Currently, no language definition document exist. Work is in progress to
write this language definition document. The definition will be given in
strict natural language.

See section Q06 and L02 for information on available language descriptions
and latest changes to the language.

The BETA and the Mjolner System trademarks are owned and controlled by
Mjolner Informatics.

 

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