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Programming Language Concepts and Paradigms (1990)

by David A. Watt

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"Programming languages have fascinated me ever since I first took a programming course in 1966." – Preface.
"The first high-level programming languages were designed during the 1950s." – Chapter 1.
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The first of a series of three books on programming languages directed to undergraduate and graduate students of computer science and information technology. Explains both the basic and some advanced concepts underlying almost all programming languages, and surveys the major programming paradigms with overviews of several important languages.

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