Principles of programming languages

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Prentice/Hall International, 1981 - Computers - 271 pages
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Syntax. Data. Storage. Control. Binding. Procedural abstraction. Parameters. Definitions and blocks. Jumps. Concurrent processes. Types. Formal semantics. Bibliography on programming languages. Abstract syntax for PASCAL. Syntax diagrams for PASCAL. Semantic domains for PASCAL.

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This book is something of a historical piece by now, but I was surprised and impressed by the discussion of what we now call objects. The book strikes a reasonable balance between theory and example, but I think you can probably find more modern texts that would be just as good. Read full review

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