Comparative Programming Languages

Course Description
This course presents a framework within which to analyse and integrate knowledge of various programming languages to increase the understanding of differences and similarities among them. General concepts and underlying design theories will be discussed in relation to languages studied in the various paradigms.

Course Topics
·         Overview of programming paradigms
·         Evolution of languages
·         Assignment and expressions
·         Types, variables, binding and scope
·         Pointers and memory management
·         Control structures
·         Subprograms
·         Runtime execution
·         Exceptions
·         Concurrency and distribution
·         Functional, logic and O-O languages
·         Visual languages and components
·         Scripting languages

Textbook/Notes
There is no prescribed textbook, but the following is recommended for supplementary reading:
Concepts of Programming Languages (third/fourth edition) by Robert W. Sebesta

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