functional programming languages were moved to this chapter from. Chapter 15 principle is violated by two language constructs that are identical or similar. Principles of Programming. Languages. Prof. Evan Chang. Meeting 1: Welcome, CSCI , Robert W. Sebesta. Concepts of Programming. Languages, 9th. Sebesta Chapter Notes. 1. Preliminaries. Reasons for Studying Concepts of Programming Languages. Programming Domains. Language Evaluation Criteria.

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Format, Cloth. ISBN Availability. This item has been replaced by Concepts of Programming Languages, 11th Edition. A survey of programming language concepts and design principles of The textbook for the class is by Sebesta, however we will not refer to it frequently. [ pdf]; Lecture notes on functional programming [pdf]; Lecture notes on Prolog [pdf]. 2 Theoretical Introduction of Programming Languages: Syntax, Semantics, .. 9 Conclusion: Techniques, Principles and Language Comparison. http://

Programming Domains. Language Evaluation Criteria. Influences on Language Design. Language Categories. Language Design Trade-Offs.

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Implementation Methods. Sebesta Chapter Notes Chapter Outlines. Chapter 1 begins with a rationale for studying programming languages.

Design Issues for Object-Oriented Languages. Overview of Smalltalk. Introduction to the Smalltalk Language.

Smalltalk Example Programs. Large-Scale Features of Smalltalk. Evaluation of Smalltalk.

Support for Object-Oriented Programming in Java. Support for Object-Oriented Programming in Ada Support for Object-Oriented Programming in Eiffel. The Object Model of JavaScript. Implementation of Object-Oriented Constructs.

Introduction to Subprogram-Level Concurrency. Message Passing. Concurrency in Ada Java Threads. Statement-Level Concurrency.

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Introduction to Exception Handling. Exception Handling in Ada. Exception Handling in Java. Mathematical Functions. Fundamentals of Functional Programming Languages. The First Functional Programming Language: An Introduction to Scheme. Applications of Functional Languages. A Comparison of Functional and Imperative Languages.

A Brief Introduction to Predicate Calculus. Predicate Calculus and Proving Theorems.

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An Overview of Logic Programming. The Origins of Prolog. The Basic Elements of Prolog.

Deficiencies of Prolog. Applications of Logic Programming. Sebesta Chapter Notes 1. Evolution of the Major Programming Languages. Describing Syntax and Semantics. Lexical and Syntax Analysis. Names, Bindings, Type Checking, and Scopes. Data Types. Expressions and Assignment Statements.

Principles of Programming Languages

Statement-Level Control Structures. Implementing Subprograms. Abstract Data Types. Do use the computer science CS help desk. Do not look at other students' current or previous code for the projects. Do not spend your time searching for the project solutions on the Internet. Do not allow other students current or future to examine or copy your code for the projects.

Do not download and sell solutions to the projects. Do not denigrate the honest work of other students by valuing the "answer" to the project over the learning of the language. All programs are analyzed and a measure of similarity with other programs from many sources is calculated. Projects whose programs are very similar to other programs will receive no credit.

This policy is necessary to ensure that students take reasonable action to avoid and prevent plagiarism, and to ensure the proper recognition of independent effort. Without student cooperation, the importance of course grades for individuals diminishes, as does the incentive for learning by doing it yourself.

Please discourage your peers from cheating. You have more influence than I do. If you have evidence of academic misconduct, you should bring it to the attention of your instructor, or the department head. You may work together with another student in the class on the programming projects.

Groups can be no more than two people. Please do not work with the same person twice.

Include your name and e-mail address in all program files you submit for the projects. Do not include your student number.

If you are working together, make sure your partner's name is also in the file. If you receive help from any source, you must include a note to that effect in the header.

Projects are due at midnight. You may turn them in later at your own risk, but as soon as grading begins, no later assignments are accepted.

Assignment turned in early might get some feedback which may improve the score. Academic Support Please take advantage of the support services provided by the CS help desk and the office of Academic Support.Projects are due at midnight.

Describing the Meanings of Programs: Reasons for Studying Concepts of Programming Languages. Logic Programming Languages. Guarded Commands.

The textbook for the class is by Sebesta, however we will not refer to it frequently. Valuable historical foundations are presented early, outlining the origins, purposes, and contributions of the most important languages discussed in the rest of the text.

Language Categories.