2014
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-54848-2_9
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Abstract: Abstract. Programming, i.e., the act of creating a runnable artifact applicable to multiple inputs/tasks, is an art that requires substantial knowledge of programming languages and development techniques. As the use of software is becoming far more prevalent in all aspects of life, programming has changed and the need to program has become relevant to a much broader community. In the interest of broadening the pool of potential programmers, we believe that a natural language interface to an intuitive programm…

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