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Identifizierung

  • Stefan Jähnichen
  • Christoph Oeters
  • Bruce Willis
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Zusammenfassung

Das vorkommen von Symbolen (Namen) in Programmiersprachen läßt sich in zwei Kategorien einteilen: Definitionen und Anwendungen (definition und application).

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Literaturhinweise

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  • Stefan Jähnichen
  • Christoph Oeters
  • Bruce Willis

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