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CSE3302 Programming Languages (things to say). Dr. Carter Tiernan. Programming Language Paradigms. A programming paradigm is a paradigmatic style of programming (compare with a methodology which is a paradigmatic style of doing software engineering).

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Cse3302 programming languages things to say

CSE3302Programming Languages(things to say)

Dr. Carter Tiernan


Programming language paradigms

Programming Language Paradigms

  • A programming paradigm is a paradigmatic style of programming (compare with a methodology which is a paradigmatic style of doing software engineering).

  • A programming paradigm provides (and determines) the view that the programmer has of the execution of the program.

  • The relationship between programming paradigms and programming languages can be complex since a programming language can support multiple paradigms.


Analysis of paradigms

Analysis of Paradigms

  • Name structures

  • Data structures

  • Control structures


Paradigms

Paradigms

  • Procedural

  • Object-oriented

  • Functional

  • Logic

    What differentiates these paradigms?


Paradigm definitions

Paradigm Definitions

Focusing on

  • actions in a program with control handled through subprograms

  • elements of a system to be modeled and the behaviors of those elements

  • application of functions with little distinction between program and data

  • defining the program logic and not explicitly handling program control


Issues with paradigms

Issues with Paradigms

  • One language = one paradigm?

  • “Programming” vs. “Computer” language?

  • Languages that don’t ‘fit’ in the four paradigms discussed


Other paradigms

Other Paradigms (?)


Paradigm questions

Paradigm questions

  • Why have different language paradigms developed?

  • Which comes first - a new language or a new paradigm?

  • How does a paradigm help us?


Cse3302 questions

CSE3302 Questions

  • Why do we have you study languages? (Have you learned anything that might be useful?)

  • Should we make a distinction between “programming” and “computer”languages as MacLennan does? Should we teach both? Using the language structure?


Cse3302 questions1

CSE3302 Questions

  • “concepts” approach versus the “comparison” approach (MacLennan)

    • Would you prefer the concepts approach?

    • Would it be easier or harder to compare languages?

  • Topics that could be added to CSE3302?


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