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It is a descendant of Concurrent Euclid[?]. Turing features a clean syntax and is used primarily as a teaching language at the high school and university level. Two other versions exist, ObjectOriented Turing and Turing Plus, a more robust implementation. Turing is available from Holt Software Associates[?] in Toronto. Versions for Unix, Windows and Apple Macintosh are available.
A brief example of Turing is the following recursive function to calculate a factorial.
function factorial (n : integer) : integer if n = 0 then result = 1 else result = n * factorial(n1) end if end factorial
put factorial(10)
http://www.holtsoft.com/turing/home is the Turing home page.
See also: Alan Turing
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