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Programming Languages (Mcgraw Hill Computer Science Series) (edition 1985)

by Allen B. Tucker

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Title:Programming Languages (Mcgraw Hill Computer Science Series)
Authors:Allen B. Tucker
Info:McGraw-Hill Companies (1985), Edition: 2nd, Hardcover, 590 pages
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There are two books by Allen B. Tucker Jr. with the title "Programming Languages." The first was pulished in 1977 (2nd ed. 1986) and the second was published in 2001 (2nd ed. 2007.) The latter book has the subtitle "Principles and Paradigms" and is co-authored with Robert Noonan.
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Most current programming language text that provides a balanced mix of explanation and experimentation. Opening chapters present the fundamental principals of programming languages, while optional companion chapters provide implementation-based, hands-on experience that delves even deeper. This edition also includes a greatly expanded treatment of the four major programming paradigms, incorporating a number of the most current languages such as Perl and Python. Special topics presented include event-handling, concurrency, and an all-new chapter on correctness. Overall, this edition provides both broad and deep coverage of language design principles and the major paradigms, allowing users the flexibility of choosing what topics to emphasize.

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