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Organization of Programming Languages (CSE452) Fall 2005 Administrative Information 1. Name, number of credits (including class standing), major, and GPA. 2. Why are you taking this course? What would you like to gain from this course? 3. List the programming languages with which you are familiar. For each, indicate number and size of programs that you’ve written for the language (can give a range if you’ve written more than 10 programs in that language). 4. Which programming language(s) do you prefer to use? Why? 5. Which programming language(s) would you like to learn more about? Why? 6. How much time do you think this course will take outside of lectures?
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Unformatted text preview: 7. What do you plan to do upon graduation? 1 Technical Course Information 1. What is a compiler? What are the main stages of compilation? 2. What is an interpreter? 3. What is the diFerence between an object-oriented language and a procedural language? 4. What are features common across many programming languages? (Indicate which program-ming languages serve as your point of reference.) 5. Name all the programming languages that you have ever heard of (you do not need to have used it before). 2...
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course CSE 452 taught by Professor Cheng during the Fall '05 term at Michigan State University.

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