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While this completeness of description is possible with other languages, it is not generally thought of as part of their defining description. An examination of ALGOL shows that its data structures are not appropriate for representing ALGOL texts, at least not in a way appropriate for descriptions of the language's evaluation scheme. The same remark may be made about its inappropriateness for describing the environmental data structure of ALGOL programs. I regard it as critical that our successor language achieve the balance of possessing the data structures appropriate to representing syntax and environment so that the evaluation process can be clearly stated in the language.
The 22 EDSGER W. DIJKSTRA sooner we can forget that FORTRAN ever existed, the better, for as a vehicle of thought it is no longer adequate: it wastes our brainpower, and it is too risky and therefore too expensive to use. FORTRAN's tragic fate has been its wide acceptance, mentally chaining thousands and thousands of programmers to our past mistakes. I pray daily that more of my fellow-programmers may find the means of freeing themselves from the curse of compatibility. The third project I would not like to leave unmentioned is LISP, a fascinating enterprise of a completely different nature.
But no matter how hard I tried, I did not find such a cause. As a result I tend to the assumption - up till now not disproved by experience - that by suitable application of our powers of abstraction, the intellectual effort required to conceive or to understand a program need not grow more than proportional to program length. A by-product of these investigations may be of much greater practical significance, and is, in fact, the basis of my fourth argument. The by-product was the identification of a number of patterns of abstraction that play a vital role in the whole process of composing programs.
ACM Turing Award Lectures : The First Twenty Years : 1966 to 1985 (ACM Press Anthology Series) by Susan Graham and Robert Ashenhurst (Edited and Introduction by)