Programming Languages at a Glance (Andreas Hohmann)

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Programming Languages at a Glance (Andreas Hohmann)

This book attempts to explain a variety of programming languages, ranging from less well-known ones like ML and Haskell to those that are now popular such as Java, Perl, Python, and C#.

One essential condition is that the language must be freely accessible (or otherwise I could not afford to write this book). We don't need an elaborate IDE; a decent set of command-line tools would do just enough. Fortunately, most languages now satisfy this criterion, as they would not survive without it. There are frequently options for even a free IDE (such as Smalltalk/X or Eclipse for Java).

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