CMPS112: Comparative Programming Languages

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Covers several programming languages and compares styles, philosophy, and design principles. Principles underlying declarative, functional, and object-oriented programming styles are studied. Students write programs emphasizing each of these techniques. Prerequisite(s): course 101 or 109. M. Abadi, C. Flanagan, D. Long, C. McDowell, W. Tan, A. Van Gelder

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