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Author: Robert W Sebesta
ISBN: 0805370110
Subcategory: Computer Science
Pages 497 pages
Publisher Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co; 1st edition (1989)
Language English
Category: Other
Rating: 4.9
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eBook Concepts of programming languages (The Benjamin/Cummings series in computer science) download

by Robert W Sebesta


Series: Benjamin Cummings Series in Computer Science.

Series: Benjamin Cummings Series in Computer Science. Hardcover: 485 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0805371222.

com User, January 13, 2004.

com User, January 13, 2004. Perhaps one of the best books written on this topic. Sebesta has done an exceptional job conveying the topic to the reader, making a complex topic both easy to read and understand.

Robert Sebesta is an Associate Professor and Chairman of the Computer Science Department at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

ISBN 13: 9780805370119. Robert Sebesta is an Associate Professor and Chairman of the Computer Science Department at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Professor Sebesta received his P. in Computer Science from the Pennsylvania State University and has been teaching computer science for over 25 years.

Robert Sebesta is an Associate Professor Emeritus in the Computer Science.

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Series: The Benjamin/Cummings Series in Computer Science. Hardcover: 487 pages. Publisher: Addison-Wesley (January 1, 1987).

Pascal, with its support for relative files, fills this need. Goal This textbook meets the requirements for The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) course CS5 as defined in the ACM curriculum guidelines. Series: The Benjamin/Cummings Series in Computer Science.

KEY BENEFIT: A thorough introduction to the main.

This best-selling book, now in its fourth edition, provides a wide-ranging and in-depth discussion of programming language concepts. As in previous editions, author Bob Sebesta describes fundamental concepts of programming languages by presenting design issues of the various language constructs, examining the design choices for these constructs in a few common languages, and critically comparing the design alternatives. The book covers the most widely used methods of syntax description and introduces the most common approaches to describing the semantics of programming languages. Discussions of implementation methods and issues are integrated throughout the book. New to the Fourth Edition *Offers coverage of JavaaA A support for object-oriented programming, concurrency, and exception shandling *Features object-oriented programming more prominently - the expanded OO coverage appears earlier in the book and is also intertwined with the discussions of the non-OO imperative languages *Provides expanded material on semantics, including a proof of correctness of a complete program using axiomatic semantics 0201385961B04062001
Inertedub
This is one of those books that you will be forced to read if you go through a computer science school of higher education in the USA.
I absolutely hated reading this book - just the most dry and boring presentation of the topic imaginable.
It does do a good job of covering the topic, but its 800+ friggin' pages long, so it SHOULD.
Gholbimand
I was surprised to learn that there were relatively few changes incorporated into this new version from the version I used (sixth edition) during my undergrad studies back in 2004.
Arakus
The book is extremely unclear on the concepts of every chapter. The book was a bore and unhelpful.
THOMAS
Very difficult read, highly technical language. Requires careful reading and rereading.
nadness
Its a book. Good quality, covered all the bases in programming languages, although a little confusing at times.
Blackseeker
Bought for school.
Doomredeemer
This book presents a lot of ideas and it doesn't stumble. I really enjoyed the random interviews with famous language designers. One of the better text books I purchased for Computer Science
i bought this book for a course at my university. I read though the book and i think that it offers a very strong introduction to this area of study