CS 3304
Comparative Languages

Fall 2003

The goal of CS 3304 is to study historical and current issues in the design, implementation, and application of programming languages. The approach is to comparatively assess language design and implementation options and understand their influence on programming practice and methodology. Examples will be provided from a host of computer languages such as FORTRAN, Pascal, COBOL, C, C++, Java, Scheme, FORTH, Prolog, Modula, Ada, and Smalltalk.


Teaching Assistant

Class Meeting Times and Contact Info:

First Day's Handout and Course Calendar

(post) Notes, Links, and Assignments