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Semester Outline Comparative Languages: Introduction
A Bit of LISP Functional Programming
A Bit of Scheme Functional Programming
A Function for Constructing Functions FP Foundations, Scheme
Accessing Nonlocal Environments Subprograms
Accessing Nonlocal References Implementing Subprograms
Activation Records Implementing Subprograms
Ada 95 Object-Oriented Programming
An Overview of PL History Programming Language History and Evolution
Applications of Functional Languages: Functional Programming
Arithmetic Expressions Arithmetic Expressions
Arrays Data Types
Assignment Statements Arithmetic Expressions
Axiomatic Semantics Semantics
Backus-Naur Form Syntax
Basic Definitions Syntax
Binding Names and Binding
Brief Overview of Paradigms Programming Language History and Evolution
C++ Object-Oriented Programming
Categories of OOP Support Object-Oriented Programming
Categories of Variables by Lifetimes Names and Binding
Ch. 11: Object-Oriented PLs Midterm Review
Ch. 14: Functional Programming Midterm Review
Ch. 15: Logic Programming Midterm Review
Ch. 1: Introduction Midterm Review
Ch. 2: History and Evolution Midterm Review
Ch. 3: Syntax and Semantics Midterm Review
Ch. 4: Names and Binding Final Review
Ch. 5: Data Types Final Review
Ch. 6: Expressions Final Review
Ch. 7: Control Structures Final Review
Ch. 8: Subprograms Final Review
Ch. 9: Implementing Subprograms Final Review
Chapter 1: Introduction Comparative Languages: Introduction
Chapters 1-3, 11, 14, 15 Final Review
Chapters Covered Final Review
Chapters Covered Midterm Review
Character String Types Data Types
Choice of Control Statements Control Structures
Class vs. Instance Object-Oriented Programming
Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Functional Programming
Compound Statements Control Structures
Control Structures Control Structures
Coroutines Subprograms
Counter-Controlled Loops Control Structures
Creating Functional Forms FP Foundations, Scheme
Data Types Data Types
Default Parameter Values Subprograms
Definition of Terms Subprograms
Denotational Semantics Semantics
Design Considerations for Parameter Passing Subprograms
Design Issues for All Data Types Data Types
Design Issues for OOPLs Object-Oriented Programming
Design Issues for Subprograms Subprograms
Dynamic Semantics Semantics
Eiffel Object-Oriented Programming
Errors in Expressions Arithmetic Expressions
Evaluating A Language Comparative Languages: Introduction
Evolution of Control Structures Control Structures
Example Factorial Program Implementing Subprograms
Example Scheme Functions FP Foundations, Scheme
Extended BNF (EBNF) Syntax
Four Categories of Arrays Data Types
Functional Forms FP Foundations, Scheme
Functions Subprograms
Fundamentals of FP Languages Functional Programming
Generic Subprograms Subprograms
Guarded Commands (Dijkstra, 1975) Control Structures
Identifiers Have 6 Attributes Names and Binding
Imperative Features in Scheme FP Foundations, Scheme
Implementing FORTRAN 77 Subprograms Implementing Subprograms
Implementing OO Constructs Object-Oriented Programming
Implementing Subprograms Implementing Subprograms
Independent and Separate Comp. Subprograms
Inheritance Object-Oriented Programming
Interal List Representation FP Foundations, Scheme
Interpretive features FP Foundations, Scheme
Iterative Statements Control Structures
Java Object-Oriented Programming
Lambda Expressions in Scheme FP Foundations, Scheme
Lambda Expressions FP Foundations, Scheme
Language Examples: Indep./Sep. Compilation Subprograms
Languages: Key Differentiating Factors Programming Language History and Evolution
Levels of Control Flow Control Structures
Local Referencing Environments Subprograms
Local Variables in Example PLs Subprograms
Logically-Controlled Loops Control Structures
Loop Invariant Characteristics Semantics
Mathematical Functions FP Foundations, Scheme
Methods for Accessing Nonlocals Subprograms
More Design Issues Names and Binding
Multidimensional Arrays as Params Subprograms
Multiple Selection Constructs Control Structures
Names (User-defined Identifiers) Names and Binding
Nonlocal Refs: Static Scoping Implementing Subprograms
OOP Definitions Object-Oriented Programming
Operational Semantics Semantics
Operators Arithmetic Expressions
Origins of Inheritance Object-Oriented Programming
Other Useful Functions FP Foundations, Scheme
Overloading Subprograms
Overview of Smalltalk Object-Oriented Programming
Paradigm Evolution Object-Oriented Programming
Paradigms: Key Differentiating Factors Programming Language History and Evolution
Parameters and Parameter Passing Subprograms
Pass-By-Name Subprograms
Pointers Data Types
Polymorphism in OOPLs Object-Oriented Programming
Predicate Functions FP Foundations, Scheme
Primitive Data Types Data Types
Primitive Functions FP Foundations, Scheme
Problems with Pointers Data Types
Program <=> Data Functional Programming
Reasons to Study Concepts of PLs Comparative Languages: Introduction
Recap of Paradigms Programming Language History and Evolution
Records Data Types
Recursive Descent Parsing Syntax
Referencing Environments Names and Binding
Relational Expressions Arithmetic Expressions
Scheme Evaluation Process FP Foundations, Scheme
Scheme Syntax Basics FP Foundations, Scheme
Scope Names and Binding
Selection Statements Control Structures
Sequence of Statements Semantics
Sets Data Types
Special Forms FP Foundations, Scheme
Static Chain Example Implementing Subprograms
Static Semantics Semantics
Subprograms As Parameters: Issues Subprograms
Subprograms as Parameters Implementing Subprograms
Summary Semantics
Technique 1: Static Chains Implementing Subprograms
Technique 2: Displays Implementing Subprograms
The Basis for FP Functional Programming
Two Types of Subprograms Subprograms
Type Checking Names and Binding
Type Constructors Data Types
Type Conversions Arithmetic Expressions
Unconditional Branching (GOTO) Control Structures
Unions Data Types
User-Defined Ordinal Types Data Types
User-Defined Overloaded Operators Subprograms
User-Located Loop Controls Control Structures
Variable Initialization Names and Binding
Virtual Methods Object-Oriented Programming
What Will You Learn? Comparative Languages: Introduction