Programming Languages (CS302 2007S)

Class 03: The Evolution of Some Key Language Features

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Held: Friday, January 26, 2007

Summary: Today we consider a variety of issues pertaining to Ryder et al.'s paper. Some issues are more general (e.g., how do you read a paper), while others bear on the specific relationships the group identifies between software engineering and programming languages.

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Overview:

The Story of Mel, a Real Programmer

Reading Ryder et al.

Major Characteristics

Relating to Past Papers

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