pls i need help on overview of programming language to guide me on my thesis, fifteen authors write ups needed. My M.Tech thesis topic is survey of strategies for enhancing computer science education undergraduate students learning of c++ programming language in
Programming languages have existed for several decades. You will find courses on programming languages in many CS curricula. I suggest you look for the course materials on such a course from a reputed university. There are many programming paradigms, such as procedural, functional, object-oriented, data parallel, etc. Best wishes to you.
You will need to look at generations of programming languages, how they came about, the areas of applications, advantages, and disadvantages of each - with reference to C++. For example, we have 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation programming languages and counting. I wish you all the best!
as you are a student you should be able to access the acm SIGPLAN history of programming languages conferences online - this will give you authorities information on many languages and the relationships between them.
The article “A Brief History of Programming Languages”
C ++ is a strong programming language, but it may be frightening for inexperienced developers; big hand-coded projects can rapidly become machismo exercises. You will, however, learn about it from time to time.
C++ language is a middle level programming language. It can be use as both structural and object-oriented programming. It is useful to teach programming foundation using the language. We can initially teach the students basic programming concept such as sequential, selection, looping/repetition, array, and struct. You may apply it in sorting and searching algorithms and other data structures. As advance programming you may deliver class data structures.
Any language can be a teaching language, it depends on the life-experiences of the students and the teaching abilities of the instructor. One first learns math with addition and subtraction, not advanced calculus - yes no? I would guess, related to experience, that it would be easier to teach programming today, when everyone is familiar with computers at some level or another, than when I first learned to program in the mid 1970s, when computers were much more rare for both students and teachers - as a student in my introductory programming class, one student (an adult, a veteran) found the idea of a loop confusion. Much later, when I first began to teach, pre the WWW, some of my students the concept of data types confusing, while others, experienced students who were there for their "certificate" found my class exceedingly boring.
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We describe a proof dedicated meta-language, called
tac, in the context of the Coq proof assistant. This new layer of meta-language is quite appropriate to write small and local automations.
tac, is essentially a small functional core with recursors and powerful pattern-matching operators for Coq terms but also for proof contexts. As
tac, is not co...
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