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By redjamjar
via whiley.org
Submitted: Dec 03 2012 / 21:00

Probably the most interesting aspect of the Whiley language is that it supports compile-time verification of preconditions, postconditions and other invariants.  An important aspect of how this works is the generation of verification conditions. A verification condition is a logical expression which, if proved to be satisfiable, indicates an error in the program.
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