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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Pub
Schalkoff, Robert J.
Programming Languages and Methodologies presents a mature, well-rounded view of the entire programming process. Intended for the junior/senior-level student who has completed introductory programming courses, Schalkoff's text discusses the more advanced programming topics, including differing programming methodologies (imperative, declarative, functional, OO, parallel, and event-driven), the concepts of formal grammars and syntax, the concepts and implementation of scanning and parsing, and the concept of semantics. The choice of topics included allows instructors to tailor their approach to suit the needs of the course and provides a wealth of hands-on exercises and experiences. With this text instructors can support their entire course with such public domain platforms as Linux, Mac OS-X or Windows OS at no additional cost to students! Presenting topics related to the ACM/IEEE Model Curriculum, Programming Languages and Methodologies is the ideal text for your Computer Engineering and Computer Science students! First Print Run ErrataSchalkoff, Robert J. is the author of 'Programming Languages and Methodologies', published 2006 under ISBN 9780763740597 and ISBN 0763740594.