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CSCI 2555 (3). Principles of Programming Languages

A systematic study of the fundamental principles of programming language design and implementation. Examples are drawn from common programming languages such as Fortran, Algol, Pascal, C, Ada, Modula II, Lisp, and Prolog. Practical experience with a small number of new languages. Prerequisites: CSCI 2310 and admission as a major in computer science. Credit not granted to students who have taken CSCI 3245.

(This course is not currently offered.)

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