Programming languages: concepts and constructs
Novices, who have been introduced to programming in some language, will learn from this book how related concepts work together while designers and implementers willp be exposed to the major programming paradigms. Example programs from the book are available as source code. These are available by anonymous ftp at ftp: //ftp.aw.com/cseng/authors/sethi/pl2e. 0201590654B04062001
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Elements of a Programming Language
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