CMSI 386 Programming Languages

3 semester hours

A comparative study of the rationale, concepts, design, and features of several major programming languages. Bindings, control flow, types, subroutines, modules, objects, and concurrency, and metaprogramming. Major attention is given to C++, Java, Rust, Go or Scala, Python, Ruby or Clojure, Haskell, Elm, and other ML-family languages, and JavaScript, with additional examples drawn from over a dozen languages, including esoteric ones.

Prerequisites: CMSI 281  and 

CMSI 284

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