Course: COMP 333. Concepts of Programming Languages (3)
Prerequisite: Grade of “C-” or better in COMP 282. Discussion of issues in the design, implementation and use of high-level programming languages through a historical framework, including how languages reflect different design philosophies and use requirements and the technical issues in the design of main abstraction constructs of programming languages. Other approaches to imperative or object-oriented programming, functional programming, logical programming and parallel programming.