Principles of Programming Languages
This course meets from 12:15-1:30 TTh, in room 39 (aka room 17)
in the basement of the Business Building.
Our textbook will be
An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming,
by Timothy Budd, the same book we used last year.
Other documentation will be provided
on-line or in handouts. For example, see
my brief tutorial on Scheme,
the official Scheme Standard,
my brief tutorial on Tiny CLOS,
List of Adages on Software Development and Design,
Oriented Programming FAQ.
aka Literate Programming
and Object-Oriented Programming
is available in LaTeX,
updated schedule will
the latest updates to homework due dates, lecture topics, etc.
Please check the schedule regularly and keep up on the assigned reading!
I also taught this course in Spring 1995,
Spring 1996, and Spring
Please look at the Java example(s)
I've posted on-line.
By Thursday, April 16, you should have read chapters 1-12 of the
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