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Overview of programming paradigms
Overview of programming paradigms
Overview of programming paradigms
Overview of programming paradigms
Overview of programming paradigms
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Overview of programming paradigms
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Overview of programming paradigms

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Generations of Programming

Generations of Programming

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  • 1. Overview of Programming Paradigms
  • 2. Guess from what language does these words are based from? 1. Soro lahn nhee ah = Cambodian (Cambodia) 6. Aishiteru = Japanese (Japan) 7. Sarang Heyo 2. Wo ai ni = Korean (Korea) = Mandarin (Chinese) 8. Te amo 3. Jeg Elsker Dig = Danish (Denmark) 4. Je t'aime = French (France) 5. Ich liebe dich = German (Germany) = Latin (Italian) 9. Doo-set daaram = Persian (Persia) 10.Chan rak khun = Thai (Thailand)
  • 3. Programming Paradigms Imperative Programming = Non-programming context ; it evolved from machine and assembly language
  • 4. Programming Paradigms Functional Programming = Expression-oriented programming paradigm; it is close to mathematical specification
  • 5. Programming Paradigms Logic Programming = Written as logical statements that describe the properties the solution must have
  • 6. Programming Paradigms Object-Oriented Programming = Data structures are viewed as objects; programmer defines not only the data type but also the type or operations
  • 7. Programming Paradigms Concurrent and Distributed Programming = Allows for the execution of two or more operations at the same time
  • 8. Group work Answer page 21 Group work 2 Answer: Imperative Algol Basic Cobol Fortran Modula Functional Logic ObjectOriented Concurrent/ Distributed Haskell Lisp Scheme CLP Prolog C++ Simula Smalltalk Concurrent ML Parallel Pascal Assignment: Answer pages 19 to 20.

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