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Web Development will continue evolving quickly in 2019. Here are the top 8 web development trends you should not miss in 2019.
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TANGLE(1)						      General Commands Manual							 TANGLE(1)

NAME
tangle - translate WEB to Pascal SYNOPSIS
tangle webfile[.web] [ changefile[.ch] ] DESCRIPTION
This manual page is not meant to be exhaustive. The complete documentation for this version of TeX can be found in the info file or manual Web2C: A TeX implementation. The tangle program converts a Web source document into a Pascal program that may be compiled in the usual way with the on-line Pascal com- piler (e.g., pc(1)). The output file is all in lower case and packed into lines of 72 characters or less, with the only concession to readability being the termination of lines at semicolons when this can be done conveniently. The Web language allows you to prepare a single document containing all the information that is needed both to produce a compilable Pascal program and to produce a well-formatted document describing the program in as much detail as the writer may desire. The user of Web must be familiar with both TeX and Pascal. Web also provides a relatively simple, although adequate, macro facility that permits a Pascal pro- gram to be written in small easily-understood modules. The command line should have either one or two names on it. The first is taken as the Web file (and .web is added if there is no exten- sion). If there is another name, it is a change file (and .ch is added if there is no extension). The change file overrides parts of the Web file, as described in the Web system documentation. The output files are a Pascal file and a string pool file, whose names are formed by adding .p and .pool respectively to the root of the Web file name. SEE ALSO
pc(1), pxp(1) (for formatting tangle output when debugging), tex(1). Donald E. Knuth, The Web System of Structured Documentation. Donald E. Knuth, Literate Programming, Computer Journal 27, 97-111, 1984. Wayne Sewell, Weaving a Program, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1989, ISBN 0-442-31946-0. Donald E. Knuth, TeX: The Program (Volume B of Computers and Typesetting), Addison-Wesley, 1986, ISBN 0-201-13437-3. Donald E. Knuth, Metafont: The Program (Volume D of Computers and Typesetting), Addison-Wesley, 1986, ISBN 0-201-13438-1. These last two are by far the largest extant examples of Web programs. There is an active Internet electronic mail discussion list on the subject of literate programming; send a subscription request to litprog- request@shsu.edu to join. AUTHORS
Web was designed by Donald E. Knuth, based on an earlier system called DOC (implemented by Ignacio Zabala). The tangle and weave programs are themselves written in Web. The system was originally ported to Unix at Stanford by Howard Trickey, and at Cornell by Pavel Curtis. Web2C 7.3.1 12 February 1993 TANGLE(1)

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