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Comparison of ALGOL 68 and C++

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  1. The nearest living sibling to ALGOL 68 may be C++, making this a good comparison candidate: C++ doesn't have

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  2. PROC - nested functions,

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  3. A new mode (type) may be declared using a mode declaration: int max=99

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  4. OP and PRIO - definable operator symbols and priorities,

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  5. garbage collection,

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  6. use before define,

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