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CISC 325 Programming Languages Concepts and

This course introduces the student to the fundamental concepts in design and implementation of programming languages. We examine the evolution and the theory of language design with respect to syntax and semantics of programming language. Different approaches to programming paradigms and feature inclusions are discussed both with respect to their utility for developers as well as the underlying programming models which enable these features. This course examines the full range of programming models and language paradigms, starting from imperative, functional, logic programming to the latest object-oriented programming languages.

Course ID: CISC 325

Semester Hours: 3

Prerequisites: None

Corequisites: None

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