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Theory Introduction to Programming Languages
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Purpose of this text to explain the concepts underlying programming languages and to examine the major language paradigms that use these concepts. This book is intended as an undergraduate text in the theory of programming languages. To gain maximum benefit from the text, the reader should have experience in a high-level programming language such as Pascal, Modula-2, C++, ML or Common Lisp, machine organization and programming, and discrete mathematics.
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