Wirth N. Differences between Revised Oberon and Oberon

«Revised Oberon (Oberon-07) is a revision of the original language Oberon as defined in 1988/1990. It is accepted by the compiler recently completed for the ARM processor. Most changes in the language might easily be called features of a dialect. However, there are a few that merit a stronger distinction, because they should be considered as permanent, and as corrections of unsatisfactory properties of the original Oberon. These are the elimination of the loop statement, function result specification, array assignments, constant parameters, and read- only import of variables. All changes were made in the interest of regularity, simplicity, completeness, and well-structuredness. »

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