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Sethi, Ravi
Programming languages : concepts and constructs / Ravi Sethi
2nd ed
Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1996
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  QA76.7 .S48 1996    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Programming languages (Electronic computers)
Object-oriented programming (Computer science)
Physical Description xv, 640 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 613-625) and index
Contents I. Introduction. 1. The Role of Programming Languages. 2. Language Description: Syntactic Structure -- II. Imperative Programming. 3. Statements: Structured Programming. 4. Types: Data Representation. 5. Procedure Activations -- III. Object-oriented Programming. 6. Groupings of Data and Operations. 7. Object-oriented Programming -- IV. Functional Programming. 8. Elements of Functional Programming. 9. Functional Programming in a Typed Language. 10. Functional Programming with Lists -- V. Other Paradigms. 11. Logic Programming. 12. An Introduction to Concurrent Programming -- VI. Language Description. 13. Semantic Methods. 14. Static Types and the Lambda Calculus. 15. A Look at Some Languages
Summary Programming Languages: Concepts and Constructs, Second Edition retains the "character" of the original, emphasizing concepts and how they work together. This classic book has been thoroughly revised to provide readable coverage of the major programming paradigms. Dr. Sethi's treatment of the core concepts of imperative programming in languages like Pascal and C flows smoothly into object-oriented programming in C++ and Smalltalk
Note The charm of functional languages is illustrated by programs in Standard ML and the Scheme dialect of Lisp. Logic programming is introduced using Prolog
. Novices, who have been introduced to programming in some language, will learn from this book how related concepts work together while designers and implementers will be exposed to the major programming paradigms
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