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program & language By titusz tarnai
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Understanding Programming Languages By Aditya Yadav
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A comprehensive look at the design elements of programming languages. It will enable the developers, managers and architects to compre programming languages using the listed design elements to decide... More > which language is the best suited to the solution being developed. It covers over 75 elements of programming languages. From imperative, functional, concurrent, domain-specific & multi-paradigm languages, type systems, continuations, currying, partial application, lambda expressions, turing completeness, virtual machine comparisons to name just a dozen of over 75 topics covered. Basic knowledge of programming is assumed and familiarity with the most common languages available will help the reader grasp the context of the topic being discussed. Makes a good casual read. And is an essential part of a software professionals vocabulary and engineering practice. The first step to polyglot programmers, improving code quality and a refresher for those working in software engineering.< Less
Bidirectional Programming Languages By John Nathan Foster
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Bidirectional Programming Languages By John Nathan Foster
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Programming Languages: Application and Interpretation By Shriram Krishnamurthi
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This book unites two approaches to teaching programming languages, one based on a survey of languages and the other on writing definitional interpreters. It has been used as a textbook at over... More > fifteen institutions worldwide, and is referenced by non-academic users on the Web. The book is updated approximately every year. You can learn about the differences between versions, and get the accompanying software, from the book's Web site. You can get the same PDF version of the book, free of cost, from its Web site. This is to give you a choice: if you want to pay the author, get it from here; if you don't (or can't afford to), get it for free from there.< Less
Principles of Assembly Language Programming By David Krus
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During the transition from the mainframe to the personal computers, the programmers faced several challenging tasks which, at that time, were not possible to solve within the context of higher-level... More > programming languages. Among them were that the input to a mainframe computer was not by using a CRT the monitor, by via a punched tape or a stack of punched cards. Another major problem was the formatting of output from compilers which could parse commands for control of line printers, but not for the control of laser printers. These tasks required the use of the assembly langue libraries, one of which, included in the Microsoft reference manual for its programming languages and used, among others, by programmers at NASA, U.S. Navy, and Armco Corporation, is described in this book.< Less
Programming Languages: Application and Interpretation By Shriram Krishnamurthi
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This book unites two approaches to teaching programming languages, one based on a survey of languages and the other on writing definitional interpreters. It has been used as a textbook at over fifty... More > institutions worldwide, and is referenced by non-academic users on the Web. You can learn about the differences between versions, and get the accompanying software, from the book's Web site (www.plai.org). You can get the same PDF version of the book, free of cost, from its Web site. This is to give you a choice: if you want to pay the author, get it from here; if you don't (or can't afford to), get it for free from there. Note: This book is no longer being maintained. There is a second edition, linked from the book's Web site, but the content has since been incorporated into a new book that will also be linked from the book's Web site when it's ready for public consumption.< Less
Computer Programming In C Language By Jitendra Patel
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Computer Programming In C Language teaches the generic Programming techniques using C programming language in an easy-to-follow style, without assuming previous experience in any other language.... More > KEY FEATURES Systematic approach throughout the book Programming basics in C without requiring previous experience in another language Simple language has been adopted to make the topics easy and clear to the readers Topics have been covered with numerous illustrations and tested C programs. Enough examples have been used to explain various Programming Constructs effectively. This book also consists of tested programs so as to enable the readers to learn the logic of programming.Discusses all generic concepts of Computer Programming concepts such as Algorithms, Flowcharts, Conditional and Looping Structures and Array in detail with aided examples. Samples are presented in easy to use way through Turbo C 3.0.< Less
The Program By James Swain
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From the national bestselling mystery novelist the Wall Street Journal calls “One terrific writer.” comes a heart-pounding thriller pitting a deadly serial killer against two determined... More > FBI agents. Is it possible to create a serial killer? FBI Special Agent Ken Linderman (last seen alongside Jack Carpenter in bestseller The Night Monster) is about to find out. A serial killer has kidnaped teenager Wayne Ladd, and is putting the boy through the Program, a fiendish project designed to turn young boys into raging killers. Along with hot-headed FBI Agent Rachel Vick, Linderman must race against the clock to save Wayne before he’s turned into a monster. With the odds against them and time running out, Linderman and Vick will stop at nothing to save Wayne, and bring a sadistic criminal to justice. “Swain uses language with such blunt force he could be hammering in nails.” –The New York Times Book Review< Less