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- The Carnegie-Mellon Curriculum for Undergraduate Computer Science
- CSCI 3136: Principles of Programming Languages
- Programming Languages: Design and Implementation, 4th Edition
Eligibility: F. Sc Pre-Engineering, F. Major components of a computer.
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Editora Prentice-Hall do Brasil, Ltda. This provides the programmer with the ability to develop software that is both correct and efficient in execution. In this new edition, we continue this approach, as well as improve on the presentation of the underlying theory and formal models that form the basis for the decisions made in creating those languages.
Programming language design is still a very active pursuit in the computer science community as languages are born, age, and eventually die. For those institutions using this book at a lower level, or for others wishing to review prerequisite material to provide a framework for discussing programming language design issues, Chapters 1 and 2 provide a review of material needed to understand later chapters.
Chapter 3, and 5 through 12 provide the basis for this course by describing the underlying grammatical model for programming languages and their compilers Chapter 3 , elementary data types Chapter 5 , data structures and encapsulation Chapter 6 , inheritance Chapter 7 , statements Chapter 8 , procedure invocation Chapter 9 , storage management Chapter 10 , distributed processing Chapter 11 and network programming Chapter 12 , which form the central concerns in language design.
Chapter 4 is a more advanced chapter on language semantics that includes an introduction to program verification, denotational semantics, and the lambda cel- culus. It may be skipped in the typical sophomore- or junior-level course. As with the previous editions of this book, we include a comprehensive appendix that is a brief summary of the features in the 12 languages covered in some detail in this book.
However, we believe that aspects of compiler design should be part of the background for all good programmers. The goal is to give examples from a wide variety of languages and let the instructor decide which languages to use as programming examples during the course.
Although discussing all of the languages briefly during the semester is appropri- ate, we do not suggest that the programming parts of this course consist of problems in each of these languages. We think that would be too superficial in one course. Ten programs, each written in a different language, would be quite a chore and would provide the student with little in-depth knowledge of any of these languages.
We assume that each instructor will choose three or four languages and emphasize those. All examples in this book, except for the most trivial, were tested on an appro- priate translator; however, as we clearly point out in Section 1.
We are sure that Mr. If so, we apologize for any problems that may cause. We gratefully acknowledge the valuable comments received from the users of the third edition of this text and from the hundreds of students of CMSC at the Uni- versity of Maryland who provided valuable feedback on improving the presentation contained in this book.
Changes to the Fourth Edition, For users familiar with the third edition, the fourth edition has the following changes: 1. The material on object-oriented design was moved earlier in the text. In addition, numerous other changes were made by moving minor sections around to better organize the material into a more consistent presentation. We have found that the detailed discussions of languages in Part II of the third edition were not as useful as we expected.
A short history of each of the 12 languages was added to the chapter that best represents the major features of that language, and the language summaries in Part II of the third edition were shortened 1s the appendix.
Despite these additions, the size of the book has not increased because we deleted some obsolete material. A Short History of Programming Languages 1. Language Standardization 1. Virtual Computers and Binding Times 2. Stages in Translation 3. Perl Overview Booleans 5. Structured Sequence Control 8. Static and Dynamic Scope 9. Variable-Size Elements Top Nonfiction on Scribd View More.
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Terrence W. Pratt, Marvin V. Zelkowitz-Programming languages_ design and implementation-Pearson ().pdf - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) Fourth Edition PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES Design and Implementation 'The theme of this book is language design and implementation issues.
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The main topics of this course include a comparative study of programming language features, an introduction to programming language design and implementation, and an introduction to the theory of formal languages. These slides are still work in progress. For the time being, I'll keep the slides from earlier iterations of this course online. These slides will be replaced with the ones I'm using this time around as I get them ready. Michael L.
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