e {module} which may be used to

encapsulate a set of related subprograms and data structures, and restrict their visibility from other portions of the program. Each module has a definition part giving the interface, and an implementation part.

The language provides limited single-processor concurrency (monitors, coroutines and explicit transfer of control) and hardware access (absolute addresses and interrupts). It uses name equivalence.

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["Programming in Modula-2", N. Wirth, Springer 1985].

Last updated: 1995-10-25

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