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Programming Languages:Principles and Paradigms
Authors:   Adesh K. Pandey

ISBN: 978-81-7319-804-5 
Publication Year:   2008
Pages:   356
Binding:   Paper Back

About the book

Programming Languages: Principles and Paradigms focuses on designing, implementation, properties and limitations of new and existing programming languages. The book supports a critical study of the Imperative, Functional and Logic Languages focusing on both principles and paradigms which allows for flexibility in how the text can be used. The instructor can cover the fundamentals in principles and then choose paradigms of the text that he or she wishes to cover.

Key Features

  • Comparative study of implementation of various programming languages like C, C++, Java, Lisp, ML, Ada etc. Concepts of designing of languages discussed with examples and programs

Table of content

Preface / Introduction to Programming Languages Concepts / Syntax, Semantic and Translation / Basic Parsing Techniques / Elementary Data Types / Structured Data Types / Encapsulation / Sequence Control / Sequence Control of Subprogram / Memory Management / Object Oriented Languages / Functional Programming Languages / Logic Programming Languages / Data-Flow Languages / Programming Languages from Different Paradigms / Index.

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