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CS 3342 - Programming Languages


Credits: 3

Provides an understanding of how advances in hardware and networks have influenced the design and capabilities of programming languages from the 1950s to the present. Covers major programming paradigms (procedural, declarative, object-oriented, and functional) and requires problem-solving using a variety of languages. Topics include the history of programming languages, the Chomsky language hierarchy, the development of formal models for specifying languages, data structures for programming language implementation, and the ways different languages deal with problem of concurrency in a world of multicore and distributed computing. Prerequisite: C- or better in CS 2341 .



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