This article is from the Literate Programming FAQ, by David B. Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Examples of web programs are included with the FWEB, CWEB, and noweb
distributions. nuweb is written in itself.
Cameron Smith converted the K&R calculator program into a literate
program. It can be retrieved by anonymous ftp from:
niord.shsu.edu [220.127.116.11] directory kr-cweb-sample as
Ross Williams has released a funnelweb example. You can retrieve this
file from node ftp.adelaide.edu.au [18.104.22.168] as
This file should be on CTAN as well.
Lee Wittenberg has posted a few litprog examples. They are available
via anonymous ftp from:
The Stanford GraphBase is a large collection of programs by Don Knuth
for doing all kinds of computations and games with graphs; it is writ-
ten in (Levy/Knuth) CWEB. More details in the distribution. It is
available via anonymous ftp from: