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A feature of language design in which constructs can be embedded within instances of themselves, e.g. nested loops:Nesting of blocks in block-structured languages provides an elegant, though not entirely practicable, control over the scope of identifiers, since identifiers are local to the innermost level of nesting at which they are declared.

Subjects: Computing.

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