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Programming language pragmatics

Author: Michael Lee Scott
Publisher: San Francisco : Morgan Kaufmann, 1999.
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"Programming Language Pragmatics addresses the fundamental principles at work in the most important contemporary languages, highlights the critical relationship between language design and language implementation, and devotes special attention to issues of importance to the expert programmer. Thanks to its rigorous but accessible teaching style, you'll emerge better prepared to choose the best language for  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Lee Scott
ISBN: 1558604421 9781558604421 1558605789 9781558605787
OCLC Number: 222529448
Description: 856 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Introduction --
Ch. 2. Programming Language Syntax --
Ch. 3. Names, Scopes, and Bindings --
Ch. 4. Semantic Analysis --
Ch. 5. Assembly-Level Computer Architecture --
Ch. 6. Control Flow --
Ch. 7. Data Types --
Ch. 8. Subroutines and Control Abstraction --
Ch. 9. Building a Runnable Program --
Ch. 10. Data Abstraction and Object Orientation --
Ch. 11. Nonimperative Programming Models: Functional and Logic Languages --
Ch. 12. Concurrency --
Ch. 13. Code Improvement --
App. A. Programming Languages Mentioned --
App. B. Language Design and Language Implementation.
Responsibility: Michael L. Scott.
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"Programming Language Pragmatics addresses the fundamental principles at work in the most important contemporary languages, highlights the critical relationship between language design and language implementation, and devotes special attention to issues of importance to the expert programmer. Thanks to its rigorous but accessible teaching style, you'll emerge better prepared to choose the best language for particular projects, to make more effective use of languages you already know, and to learn new languages quickly and completely."--Jacket.

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