Thérèse Hardin, Sorbonne University, France
Mathieu Jaume, Sorbonne University, France
François Pessaux, ENSTA Paris, France
Véronique Viguié Donzeau-Gouge, Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (Cnam Paris), France
This book – composed of two volumes – explores the syntactical constructs of the most common programming languages, and sheds a mathematical light on their semantics, providing also an accurate presentation of the material aspects that interfere with coding.
Concepts and Semantics of Programming Languages 2 presents an original semantic model, collectively taking into account all of the constructs and operations of modules and classes: visibility, import, export, delayed definitions, parameterization by types and values, extensions, etc. The model serves for the study of Ada and OCaml modules, as well as C header files. It can be deployed to model object and class features, and is thus used to describe Java, C++, OCaml and Python classes.
This book is intended not only for computer science students and teachers but also seasoned programmers, who will find a guide to reading reference manuals and the foundations of program verification.
1. Namespaces: Model and Operations.
3. Class and Object Features.
4. Classes in Selected Languages.
Thérèse Hardin is Professor Emeritus at the Laboratoire d’Informatique de Paris 6 (LIP6), Sorbonne University, France.
Mathieu Jaume is a lecturer at the Laboratoire d’Informatique de Paris 6 (LIP6), Sorbonne University, France.
François Pessaux is Associate Professor in the Computer Science and Systems Engineering Unit (U2IS) of ENSTA Paris, France.
Véronique Viguié Donzeau-Gouge is Professor Emeritus at the Centre d’études et de recherche en informatique (CEDRIC) of the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (Cnam Paris), France.
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