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Concepts of Programming Languages (5th Edition) (edition 2001)

by Robert W. Sebesta, Robert W. Sebesta, Addison Wesley (Editor)

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This text should enable readers to critically evaluate different programming languages and choose the one most appropriate for a given application. It presents the principles, paradigms, designs and implementations of modern programming languages, and contains increased coverage of the object-oriented programming paradigm. The book also covers semantics and Java.… (more)
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Title:Concepts of Programming Languages (5th Edition)
Authors:Robert W. Sebesta
Other authors:Robert W. Sebesta, Addison Wesley (Editor)
Info:Addison Wesley Publishing Company (2001), Edition: 5th, Hardcover, 720 pages
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Latest addition conatins all new languages OO and functional, ADT, type checking ,scoping, concurrency etc, over all its a good book for programming concepts ( )
  shehzadashraf_ch | Mar 28, 2010 |
good
  paritosh | Nov 22, 2008 |
Outdated, waaaaay outdated overview to many different types of programming languages. Does not include newer types of languages such as scripts, and markup languages, or the modern OO-languages like C# and JAVA.

Focus of the book is on using different languages for examples on what a modern programming language needs to include: syntax & semantics, type checking, scope, data types and ADTs, expressions, assignment statements, control structures, subprograms, concurrency, and exception handling. ( )
  sloDavid | Dec 11, 2005 |
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