CSC 434: Programming Languages
Comparative study of programming languages from both theoretical and applied viewpoints. Typical issues include syntax and semantics, scope and binding times, storage allocation, parameter-passing techniques, control structures, run-time representation of programs and data. Detailed examples from the imperative, functional, parallel, object-oriented and logical programming paradigms.
CSC 331 and CSC 360
Concepts of Programming Languages, 9/E
Robert W. Sebesta, Publisher: