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CSE 305: Introduction to Programming Languages

This page refers to the Summer 2017 offering of CSE 305 only. The information on this page does not necessarily apply to every offering of CSE 305.

Summer 2017

11260

Introduction to Programming Languages

Examines the various components of programming languages so students will understand the choices that have been made by programming language designers, and how those choices affect how procedures may be expressed and how data are conceptualized. Topics generally include the nature of variables, types, expressions, control structures, subprograms, concurrency, and exceptions; syntax and semantics. Discusses different programming paradigms, such as imperative, functional, logic, procedural and object-oriented.

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CSE 250

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