CSC 350 : PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES

A comparative study of the syntax and semantics of programming languages; topics include data types, data control, sequence control, run-time storage, language translation, and semantics; actual programming languages are used to illustrate the concepts and virtual architectures of procedural, logic, functional, and object-oriented paradigms. Quantitative GEP requirement.
Minor, Elective credit.

Prerequisites

CSC 202 or permission of instructor.

Overview

Program

Credits

3