Programming language choice: practice and experience
International Thomson Computer Press, 1996 - 384 Seiten
When faced with a particular programming task, how do you choose the most suitable programming language? This book identifies the influential factors in judging the suitability of languages, not on theoretical grounds, but by looking at the pragmatic reasons for a particular language choice. It provides descriptions of language choices made in commerce, industry, teaching and research, including established languages such as Ada 83, Modula-2, Smalltalk and C++ as well as new object-oriented languages such as Ada 95, O-O Turing, CooL and Omega.
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a framework for comparison and choice
implications of expert practice
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abstract data types algorithms application approach array assignment aStream Boolean chapter COBOl Common Lisp compiler computer science concepts construction CoOL course criteria data structures database declaration defined documentation Eiffel error evaluation example exception handling execution experience ext wr Extended Pascal extensions fileNumber Fortran function implementation important information hiding inheritance instance variables integer introduced introductory language choice Lisp literate programming LlSP loop method Modula-2 module NAStack notation Oberon Oberon-2 object type object-oriented language object-oriented programming Omega pointers post-condition practice Prentice-Hall present problem procedure programming environment programming language programming paradigms prototype push re-use record run-time secondary notation semantics session Smalltalk software development software engineering solution specification SpeL stack standard statement string style subtype syntax taught teaching Turing uage Unix user interface VDM-SL window Wirth workshop write