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Principles of Programming Languages

Principles of Programming Languages

Principles of Programming Languages. Lecture 06 Parameters. Parameter Passing Modes. Definitional Modes (call time binding) Call as constant CAC Call by reference CBR Copying Modes (call time copying) Call by value CBV Call by copy CBC Copy-in/copy-out Call by value-result CBVR

By winka
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Plankalkül – 1945 - Never implemented - Advanced data structures - floating point, arrays, records - Invariants - Notation: A(7) := 5 * B(6) | 5 * B => A V | 6 7 (subscripts)

By ozzie
(58 views)

The 50th Anniversary of Algol 60

The 50th Anniversary of Algol 60

The 50th Anniversary of Algol 60. Or, w hy long dead programming languages matter. Preliminary Remarks. My motivation? Developer with an interest in PL design & implementation, paradigms, and history. Interested in questions like: is PL X suitable for task Y?

By tress
(107 views)

David Evans cs.virginia/~evans

David Evans cs.virginia/~evans

Lecture 4: All About Algol.

By ember
(57 views)

Control Structures

Control Structures

Control Structures. Programs have 4 basic control structures: Sequential Selection Repetition Unconditional Branching

By aure
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Evolution of the Major Programming Languages. Amid the strife of war. 1936-1945 Konrad Zuse (Tsoo-zuh) Built a series of complex computers from electromechanical relays Developed a language called Plankalkul for expressing computations Unpublished until 1972.

By sai
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Programming Languages

Programming Languages

Programming Languages. The Beginning. In the beginning. Computers were very expensive; programmers were cheap Programming was by plugboards or binary numbers (on-off switches) Memories were maybe 4K and up Cycle times were in milliseconds No compromises for programmer's ease.

By alain
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Quick Language Tour

Quick Language Tour

Quick Language Tour. Languages we did not look at With a quick survey of what is interesting about each one. FORTRAN. The earliest algorithmic language (50’s) Invented the idea of a*b+c*d Multi-dimensional arrays Subprograms (but no recursion) Separate and independent compilation

By cala
(201 views)

The 50th Anniversary of Algol 60

The 50th Anniversary of Algol 60

The 50th Anniversary of Algol 60. Or, w hy long dead programming languages matter. Preliminary Remarks. My motivation? Developer with an interest in PL design & implementation, paradigms, and history. Interested in questions like: is PL X suitable for task Y?

By ayla
(170 views)

The Algol Family and ML

The Algol Family and ML

CS 242. The Algol Family and ML. John Mitchell. Reading: Chapter 5. Language Sequence. Lisp. Algol 60. Algol 68. Pascal. ML. Modula. Many other languages: Algol 58, Algol W, Euclid, EL1, Mesa (PARC), … Modula-2, Oberon, Modula-3 (DEC). Algol 60. Basic Language of 1960

By van
(187 views)

Statement-Level Control Structures

Statement-Level Control Structures

Statement-Level Control Structures. Introduction Compound Statements Selection Statements Iterative Statements Unconditional Branching Guarded Commands. Levels of Control Flow:. The flow of control, or execution sequence, in program can be examined at several levels:

By baakir
(201 views)

Overview

Overview

Overview. Parameter passing modes. value vs. reference. If language gives choice, what are issues to consider between value vs. reference passing? Should caller be able to modify value of argument?  reference Should caller be prevented from modifying value of argument?  value

By avel
(112 views)

CS ExCo

CS ExCo

CS ExCo. Advanced in Topics Object-Oriented Programming. Connections Between: Functional & OO. Section 1: Language History. l -Calculus. Turing Machine. Why Do We Care?. Procedural Practical Little Math Grounding. Functional Programming Impractical Strong Mathematical Properties.

By meadow
(172 views)

Programming language history

Programming language history

Programming language history. Created by wordle.net, from the text in this slide. Tower of Babel, CACM cover, Jan. 1961 Babel: a city in Shinar where the building of a tower is held in Genesis to have been halted by the confusion of tongues a confusion of sounds or voices

By awena
(407 views)

Chapter 2 Evolution of Major Programming Languages

Chapter 2 Evolution of Major Programming Languages

Chapter 2 Evolution of Major Programming Languages. Fall 2014. Genealogy of Common Languages. Minmial Hardware Programming with Pseudocodes. Why programming with machine code is not good? MIPS instruction: add $t0,$t1,$t8 Binary code: 00000001001110000100000000100000

By maddy
(378 views)

Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Plankalkül – 1945 - Never implemented - Advanced data structures - floating point, arrays, records - Invariants - Notation: A(7) := 5 * B(6) | 5 * B => A V | 6 7 (subscripts)

By wynona
(54 views)

The Algol Family and Haskell

The Algol Family and Haskell

cs242. The Algol Family and Haskell. Kathleen Fisher. Reading: “Concepts in Programming Languages” Chapter 5 except 5.4.5 “Real World Haskell”, Chapter 0 and Chapter 1 ( http://book.realworldhaskell.org/ ). Language Evolution. Algol 60. Lisp. Algol 68. Pascal. C. Smalltalk. ML.

By elvis-yates
(155 views)

The Algol Family and ML

The Algol Family and ML

CS 242. The Algol Family and ML. John Mitchell. Language Sequence. Lisp. Algol 60. Algol 68. Pascal. ML. Modula. Many other languages: Algol 58, Algol W, Euclid, EL1, Mesa (PARC), … Modula-2, Oberon, Modula-3 (DEC). Algol 60. Basic Language of 1960

By martin-stein
(180 views)

Quick Language Tour

Quick Language Tour

Quick Language Tour. Languages we did not look at With a quick survey of what is interesting about each one. FORTRAN. The earliest algorithmic language (50’s) Invented the idea of a*b+c*d Multi-dimensional arrays Subprograms (but no recursion) Separate and independent compilation

By talon-franklin
(86 views)

Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Evolution of the Major Programming Languages. Genealogy of Common Languages. Zuse’s Plankalkül - 1945. Never implemented Advanced data structures floating point, arrays, records 1936-1945 ~ 1972. Pseudocodes - 1949. What was wrong with using machine code? Poor readability

By kenyon-craft
(88 views)

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