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Another axis is of structuring the development and presentation into modules such as, for example, offered in RSL: possibly parameterised schemes, consisting of possibly nested classes, and instantiating schemes and classes into objects. We shall cover modularisation in Chap. 9. Discussion In Vol. 1 of this series we paraphrased and treated in some detail the main abstraction and modelling approaches to both property- and model-oriented 33 specifications. Chap. 12 of Vol. 1, in particular, surveyed these abstraction and modelling approaches.
4. Sequencing is expressed using the ';' operator, skip is the empty statement having no value or side-effect. Statement Sequences and skip 2. skip 3. s t m _ l ; s t m _ 2 ; . . 3 An RSL Primer 27 Imperative Conditionals We refer the reader to Vol. 1, Chap. 20, Sects. 8. Imperative Conditionals 4. if expr t h e n s t m _ c e l s e s t m _ a e n d 5. ,p_n—>-S_n(p_n) e n d Iterative Conditionals We refer the reader to Vol. 1, Chap. 20, Sect. 7. Iterative Conditionals 6. w h i l e expr d o stm e n d 7.
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