The documentation of COMIT reflects the conviction that adequate user manuals are as much a part of a successful problem-oriented language system as is the compiler itself. Without adequate manuals, a language could not be easily learned or used, and much of the convenience that is implicit in the idea of a problem-oriented language would be lost. The COMIT manuals are thus as user-oriented as the language itself.
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