Advanced Programming Language Design
by Raphael Finkel
Publisher: Addison Wesley 1995
Number of pages: 512
The goal of this book, is to expose first-year graduate students to a wide range of programming language paradigms and issues, so that they can understand the literature on programming languages and even conduct research in this field. The book does not focus on any one language, or even on a few languages; it mentions, at least in passing, over seventy languages.
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by Ralph E. Griswold, Madge T. Griswold - Peer-to-Peer Communications
Icon is a general-purpose programming language available for free on many platforms. It has a rich set of types, together with an interesting goal-directed evaluation mechanism. The book is user-friendly, some prior programming experience necessary.
by Mark Tarver - Upfront Publishing
The book is both a comprehensive introduction to Qi and to functional programming. It covers foundational material and is suitable for an undergraduate introduction to functional programming. It also explores the theoretical foundations of Qi.
by Zed A. Shaw - LCodeTHW
When you're done with this book you will be able to read regex strings, understand what's going on with regex, learn when to use them, learn to write them, and learn how to write simple parsers to avoid abusing regex to process your strings.
by Faraaz Damji, et al. - Wikibooks
QuickBasic and QBasic are popular programming languages for beginners. While its lack of power makes it unsuitable for many applications, it is an invaluable learning tool. This book will cover the usage of QBasic and most of it's functions.