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CS 463: Comparative Programming Languages

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Key programming mechanisms described independently of particular machines or languages, including control, binding, procedural abstraction, types, and concurrency. Includes basic programming competence in several different types of programming languages, including a language that provides concurrency.

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Limited to 2 Attempts


Key programming mechanisms described independently of particular machines or languages, including control, binding, procedural abstraction, types, and concurrency. Includes basic programming competence in several different types of programming languages, including a language that provides concurrency.

Equivalent to
CS 363 (2013-2014 Catalog).

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Students who have taken CS 363 may not receive credit for CS 463.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

C or better in CS 330 and CS 367.

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