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eBook Concepts of Programming Languages ePub

by Mark Elson

  • ISBN: 0574179224
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  • Author: Mark Elson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Science Research Associates Inc.,U.S. (June 7, 1973)
  • Pages: 352
  • ePub book: 1655 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1522 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 396

Description

The programs created and discussed in this book will be judged by three rough measures of performance.

Perhaps the most important reason for using C is simply one of efficiency. The programs created and discussed in this book will be judged by three rough measures of performance. The first will be the amount of memory consumed by the program during compression; this number will be approximated as well as it can be. The second will be the amount of time the program takes to compress the entire Dr. Dobb’s dataset.

The book covers the most widely used methods of syntax description and .

Discussions of implementation methods and issues are integrated throughout the book.

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Select Format: Textbook Binding. Format:Textbook Binding. ISBN13:9780574179227. Release Date:June 1973.

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Comments

Amarin Amarin
This is one of those books that you will be forced to read if you go through a computer science school of higher education in the USA.
I absolutely hated reading this book - just the most dry and boring presentation of the topic imaginable.
It does do a good job of covering the topic, but its 800+ friggin' pages long, so it SHOULD.
Zeli Zeli
I was surprised to learn that there were relatively few changes incorporated into this new version from the version I used (sixth edition) during my undergrad studies back in 2004.
misery misery
The book is extremely unclear on the concepts of every chapter. The book was a bore and unhelpful.
Dynen Dynen
Very difficult read, highly technical language. Requires careful reading and rereading.
Honeirsil Honeirsil
Its a book. Good quality, covered all the bases in programming languages, although a little confusing at times.
Mohn Mohn
Bought for school.
Prorahun Prorahun
This book presents a lot of ideas and it doesn't stumble. I really enjoyed the random interviews with famous language designers. One of the better text books I purchased for Computer Science
i bought this book for a course at my university. I read though the book and i think that it offers a very strong introduction to this area of study