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Language peer sets for EGL:
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for Enterprise Generation Language

Enterprise Generation Language, or EGL, is a 4th generation language initially developed in the 1980s. IBM created EGL to help procedural programmers, particularly those with RPG and COBOL experience, learn the concepts and practices of object-oriented programming more easily.

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CSP EGL   Evolution of

  • (2002) Choquette, Steve "VisualAge Generator – Past, Present & Future", April 2002.
  • Choquette (2005) Choquette, Steve "The Role of Enterprise Generation Language (EGL) in a Long History of Innovation on Developer Productivity", 2005. Extract: EGL Extract: CSP
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