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Dijkstra's example of an ambiguous program
Salutations. Dijkstra wrote that even a few lines of seemingly simple code could be hopelessly ambiguous. In at least one work, which I can't find now to save my life, he gave a little example program ...
Jun 3 '11 at 18:09
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