Noweb — A Simple, Extensible Tool for Literate Programming. Literate programming is the art of preparing programs for human readers.noweb is designed to meet the needs of literate programmers while remaining as simple as possible. Its primary advantages are simplicity, extensibility, and language-independence—especially noticeable when compared with other literate-programming tools. ..
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