[CSCI 0313]
Programming Languages

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Professor: Scharstein

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  2. You will learn how to teach yourself the material through on line material. Daniel sucks big time...
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  4. Programming Languages is a survey class of various programming languages in a variety of styles. If you are only familiar with Java or C this class will open your eyes with introductions to languages that are completely different and interesting. Students with strong backgrounds in a variety of programming languages may find this class repeating some material to an extent. However, if you do not already feel comfortable with C, Lisp (although the class works with subsets of Lisp: Scheme and ML), and Pascal you should strongly consider taking this class towards the major. They also suggested: Scharstein is one of the best CX professors, but I would say this class was the weakest of those I have taken with him. However, I think he learned from teaching the class (which he had not taught in a long time) and it will be improved next time it is offered.

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