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  Old computer programming languages that
Named For: Mathematician Blaise Pascal. Inventor: Niklaus Wirth. Peak Years: 1980s. Main Use: Arguably the most widely used descendant of Algol, it was used mostly for teaching and the development of software for early Apple computers. Microsoft’s widely ...
Posted on 23 June 2015 | 8:26 pm
  The Old Coding Languages That Refuse to Die
Named For: Mathematician Blaise Pascal. Inventor: Niklaus Wirth. Peak Years: 1980s. Main Use: Arguably the most widely used descendant of ALGOL, it was used mostly for teaching and the development of software for early Apple computers. Borland’s widely ...
Posted on 23 June 2015 | 4:20 am
  What is Programming Language? What are some
It was also the first language with a formal grammar. Pascal: Pascal was begun in 1968 by Niklaus Wirth. Its development was mainly out of necessity for a good teaching tool. C: C was developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie while working at Bell Labs in New ...
Posted on 20 May 2015 | 8:37 pm
  HP should save the enterprise from Windows 8
Windows 8 and its new Metro interface has been the pinnacle of this ... To take a quote from Wikipedia: "Niklaus Wirth has summed up the situation in Wirth's Law, which states that software speed is decreasing more quickly than hardware speed is increasing".
Posted on 6 July 2012 | 7:41 pm
  Why are all programming languages in
Last week I was at the CSTA Computer Science & Information Technology ... other English as a first language speakers who are doing this. Niklaus Wirth who designed PASCAL among other languages was Swiss. No doubt he could have used any one of several ...
Posted on 20 July 2011 | 12:50 pm
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  MRRodger3: Program construction consists of
MRRodger3: Program c%!!structi%!! c%!!sists of a sequence of refinement steps. ~ Niklaus Wirth #quote
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 10:43 am
  TimOwensby: Woes of S/W Engineering aren't
TimOwensby: Woes of S/W Engineering aren't due to lack of tools or proper management, but due to lack of sufficient technical competence - Niklaus Wirth
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 10:43 am
  MRRodger3: Program construction consists of
MRRodger3: Program c@structi@ c@sists of a sequence of refinement steps. ~ Niklaus Wirth #quote
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 10:43 am
  MRRodger3: Program construction consists of
MRRodger3: Program c#%!%structi#%!% c#%!%sists of a sequence of refinement steps. ~ Niklaus Wirth #quote
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 10:43 am
  QuoTweety: RT: Program construction consists
QuoTweety: RT: Program c@*~structi@*~ c@*~sists of a sequence of refinement steps. ~ Niklaus Wirth #quote via @MRRodger3
Posted on 21 August 2017 | 10:43 am
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Niklaus Wirth
  Resolved Question: Where can I find a
My professor asks us to find a simple compiler. We should be able to discuss the phases of that compiler's code. The compiler doesn't have to be a big and complicated one. Just a small one.
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 1:47 am
  Open Question: Can you tell me something
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Posted on 23 March 2015 | 4:25 am
  Resolved Question: What do I need to know in
Obviously the first thing you might be tempted to say is, it's simply not possible to create an AI... well, I know a little about programming, a little about electronics, a little about how the brain works, and a decent amount about psychology. With this knowledge I'm tempted to try and code my own program language for custom circuits and computer(s), then write my own AI "program," but I don't have the technical skills to do such a thing just yet... I just know enough to know that it may in fact be possible. After I have finished with the "brain" of the AI, I would like to build a body as well, so I need to know about robots--and how to code them--as well. All this said, what all do you think I need to know in order to accomplish this feat? Here is a list of books I own, or would like to own... tell me if with these books I would have enough information to at least get started. Principles or Neural Science by Eric Kandel Psychology by David Myers The Human Brain Book by Rita Carter Anatomy & Physiology by Kevin Patton Practical Electronics for Inventors by Paul Scherz Electronics for Dummies by Cathleen Shamieh Circuit Analysis for Dummies by John Santiago How Computers Work by Ron White Robot Building for Beginners by David Cook Human-Like Biomechanics by Vladimir Ivancevic Circuitbuilding for Dummies by H. Silver Engineering a Compiler by Keith Cooper Robotics by Bruno Siciliano Robot Programming by Joe Jones Algorithims + Data Structures = Programs by Niklaus Wirth Programming Language Processors in Java by David Watt Programming Languages by Maurizio Gabbrielli Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming by Peter Norvig With those books, will I get by??? Help me please!
Posted on 26 September 2013 | 6:32 am
  Resolved Question: How to make a programming
I am 13 years old and I have always been interested in many things in programming such as game making. My interest for game making has gone away though. One thing that always made me interested in programming is making a programming language. I have the dragon book but I don't know if I should actually read it or I could find better resources for free and not waste my time. I want to start making a programming language while I still can rather than programming as a job or anything else. So, is there any books that are better then the dragon book? I want to make a compiler so should I learn assembly or other things like llvm Where can I learn about how parsers, tokenizer, ast, and codegen work which language should I learn to do this.(I know Java, C#, C++, and I am willing to learn any other language to do this). anything else?
Posted on 17 July 2013 | 2:48 pm
  Resolved Question: Best book for learning C
I am a beginner in programming but I have been using computer quite well por about past 6 years, so I have some insight in computer algorithm. Is it Ansi C by E Balaguruswamy or Let us C by Yashwant Kanitkar's book or any other book ? I want to start programming from grassroots level i.e. from level 0.
Posted on 3 September 2012 | 4:58 pm



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