This PDF covers the following topics related to Ada Programming : Introduction, Imperative language, Subprograms, Modular programming, Strongly typed language, Arrays, Access types (pointers), More about records, Fixed-point types, Privacy, Generics, Exceptions, Tasking, Design by contracts, Interfacing with C, Object-oriented programming, Standard library.
Author(s): Raphael Amiard, Gustavo A. Hoffmann
This page covers the following topics related to Ada95 Lovelace : Information on how to program Java programs in Ada, The home page for Small, an Ada 95 demo program, The unbounded Generic_Stack Example, The Lovelace section on efficiency, The Lovelace section on safety and Ada, The Lovelace section on inspections, How to receive automatic notification of Lovelace updates, Information about the author, David A. Wheeler, General Ada-related information, The Lovelace section on Ada on-line resources, The Lovelace bibliography, A list of Ada tutorials, The Ada Language Reference Manual, Information about Lovelace itself, etc.
Author(s): David A. Wheeler
This PDF book covers the following topics related to Assembly Language : Data Representation, Boolean Algebra, System Organization, Memory Layout and Access, Variables and Data Structures, The 80x86 Instruction Set, The UCR Standard Library, MASM: Directives & Pseudo-Opcodes, Arithmetic and Logical Operations, Control Structures, Procedures and Functions, Procedures: Advanced Topics, MS-DOS, PC-BIOS, and File I/O, Floating Point Arithmetic, Strings and Character Sets, Pattern Matching, Interrupts, Traps, and Exceptions, Resident Programs, Processes, Coroutines, and Concurrency, The PC Keyboard, The PC Parallel Ports, The PC Serial Ports, The PC Video Display, The PC Game Adapter, Optimizing Your Program.
Author(s): Institute of Computing, State University of Campinas
This PDF book covers the following topics related to MIPS Assembly Language Programming : The MIPS Architecture, Pseudocode, Number Systems, PCSpim The MIPS Simulator, Algorithm Development, Reentrant Functions, Exception Processing, A Pipelined Implementation, Embedded Processors.
Author(s): Computer Science Department, California State University, Chico, California
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Author(s): James M. Reneau
This page covers the following topics related to Basic programming language : Beginning BASIC, Your First Program, Beginning BASIC/PRINT, CLS, and END, Beginning BASIC/Variables and Data Types, Beginning BASIC/User Input, Beginning BASIC/Documentation, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/IF...THEN...ELSEIF...ELSE, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/WHILE...WEND, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/FOR...NEXT, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/DO...LOOP, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/GOTO, Random Number Generation, Subroutines and Functions, External Libraries.
This page covers the following topics related to C Programming :Hello, World!, Variables and Statements, Functions, Pointers—Cower In Fear!, Arrays, Strings, Structs, File Input/Output, Pointers II: Arithmetic, Manual Memory Allocation, Scope, Way More Types!, Conversions, Qualifiers and Specifiers, Multifile Projects, The Outside Environment, The C Preprocessor, structs, Characters and Strings, Enumerated Types: enum, Pointers, Bitwise Operations, Variadic Functions, Locale and Internationalization, Unicode, Wide Characters, and All That, Exiting a Program, Signal Handling, Variable-Length Arrays (VLAs), goto, Compound Literals and Generic Selections, Arrays, Long Jumps with setjmp, longjmp, Incomplete Types, Complex Numbers, Fixed Width Integer Types, Date and Time Functionality, Multithreading, Atomics, Function Specifiers, Alignment, Specifiers/Operators.
Author(s): Brian Beej Jorgensen Hall
This page covers the following topics related to C Programming : Introduction, Installation, Basics, An Interactive Prompt, Languages, Parsing, Evaluation, Error Handling, S-Expressions, Q-Expressions, Variables, Functions, Conditionals, Strings, Standard Library, Bonus Projects.
Author(s): Daniel Holden
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Author(s): David Apsley
This PDF covers the following topics related to Fortran : FORTRAN Layout, Basic Data Types, Arithmetic Expressions, Intrinsic Functions, Basic Input and Output, DO loops, General Form for Method 2, IF and IF blocks, Parameter Declaration, Modifying Index Ranges, etc.
Author(s): University College London
his note covers the following topics: LISP’s influence on other languages, LISP applications, Common Lisp, Launching Allegro Common Lisp, Lists, Lisp Functions, Compiling, Editing Lisp files, Macros, Lisp Operators, Loops, Debugging, Allegro debugging commands, Functions of sequences.
Author(s): Dana Nau
This note covers the following topics: Lisp Implementations, Lisp history and dialects, Lists as programs and data, Cons Cells, Plists, Basic data types, Numeric Types, Evaluating lists, Special Operators, Macros, Variables, Control Flow, Defining Functions, REPL Emacs.
Author(s): Bob Coyne
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Author(s): Xavier Leroy, Damien Doligez, Alain Frisch, Jacques Garrigue, Didier Remy, Jérôme Vouillon
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Author(s): Elton Pinto
This PDF covers the following topics related to Perl : Getting Started with Perl, Arrays, Hashes and Loops, File Handling, Regular Expressions, Subroutines, References and Complex Data Structures, Perl Modules, Interacting with external programs.
Author(s): Babraham BioInformatics
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Author(s): Brent Yorgey
This PDF covers the following topics related to Programming Languages Theory : Prelude: The Study of Programming Languages, Functional Programming: Theory and Practice, Macros, Objects, and Backtracking, Type systems, In Which We Say Goodbye.
Author(s): David Liu, University of Toronto
This PDF covers the following topics related to Programming Languages Theory : Introduction to Logic, Functional Programming and &
Author(s): Simon Thompson, Computing Laboratory, University of Kent
This PDF covers the following topics related to Prolog : Introduction, How Do You Learn A Programming Language, Defining your own procedures, Variables, Tests, Returning results by instantiation, “Facts”, Simple tracing, Backtracking in more detail, Summary so far, Circularity and loops.
Author(s): Graeme Ritchie
This PDF covers the following topics related to Prolog : Getting Started, Standard Programming Style, Prolog Terms, Unification, Expressing disjunctive subgoals, Evaluating numerical expressions, Negation, Cuts, Using Cuts to Specify Defaults, Just One More Thing About Cuts, Some Common Techniques, Efficiency Considerations, Definite Clause Grammars.
Author(s): Dave Robertson
This PDF Python for Everybody by Dr. Charles R. Severance covers the following topics related to Python : Why should you learn to write programs?, Variables, expressions, and statements, Conditional execution, Functions, Iteration, Strings, Files, Lists, Dictionaries, Tuples, Regular expressions, Networked programs, Using Web Services, Object-oriented programming, Using Databases and SQL, Visualizing data.
Author(s): Dr. Charles R. Severance
Extremely versatile and popular among developers, Python is a good general-purpose language that can be used in a variety of applications. If you use the book in the order it is laid out, you’ll begin your exploration in Python by understanding the key differences between Python 3 and the previous versions of the language. The contents include :Python 2 vs Python 3: Practical Considerations, How To Install Python 3 and Set Up a Local Programming, Environment on Ubuntu 16.04, How To Install Python 3 and Set Up a Local Programming, Environment on macOS, How To Install Python 3 and Set Up a Local Programming, Environment on Windows 10, How To Install Python 3 and Set Up a Local Programming, Environment on CentOS 7, How To Install Python 3 and Set Up a Programming Environment on an Ubuntu 16.04 Server, How To Write Your First Python 3 Program, How To Work with the Python Interactive Console, How To Write Comments, Understanding Data Types, An Introduction to Working with Strings, How To Format Text, String Functions, How To Index and Slice Strings, How To Convert Data Types, Variables, String Formatters, How To Do Math with Operators, Built-in Python 3,Functions for Working with Numbers, Understanding Boolean Logic, Understanding Lists, List Methods, Understanding List Comprehensions, Understanding Tuples, Understanding Dictionaries, How To Import Modules, How To Write Modules, How To Write Conditional Statements, How To Construct While Loops, How To Construct For Loops, How To Use Break, Continue, and Pass Statements when Working with Loops, Construct Classes and Define Objects, Understanding Class and Instance Variables, Understanding Inheritance, How To Apply Polymorphism to Classes, How To Use the Python Debugger, How To Debug Python with an Interactive Console, How To Use Logging, Port Python 2 Code to Python 3.
Author(s): Lisa Tagliaferri, DigitalOcean, New York City, New York, USA
This page covers the following topics related to Ruby : Casting type conversions, Arrays, Classes, Hashes, Blocks and procs and lambdas, Inheritance, Control flow, Strings, Symbols, Exceptions, Thread, Methods, Method missing, Numbers, Iteration, Regular Expressions and regex based operations, Comparable, Gem usage, Design patterns and idioms, Loading source files, Range, Comments, Special constants in Ruby, Modules, Ruby version manager, Gem creation / management, Constants, Variable scope and visibility, rbenv, Environment variables, Singletons, File I/O, Time, Queue, Destructuring, IRB, Enumerators, C extensions, Struct, Metaprogramming, Dynamic evaluation, instance eval, Message passing, Keyword arguments, DateTime, Truthiness, JSON with Ruby, Implicit receives, understanding, Monkey patching, Introspection, Monkey patching, Refinements, Monkey patching in Ruby, Catching exceptions with begin rescue, Command line apps, Debugging, Pure RSpec JSON API testing, Recursion, Installation, ERB, Introspection, Random numbers, Getting started with Hanami, OptionParser, Splat operator, Multidimensional Arrays, Enumerable, Ruby access modifiers, Operating system or shell commands, Contributors.
This page covers the following topics related to Ruby : The Fundamentals, Installation, Tweet Fetching, Style, Conventions, and Debugging, Numbers, Strings, Variables, Methods, RubyGems, If and Else, Loops, Collections, Enumerables, File input/output, Reviewing Tweet Fetching, Supplementals, Design and Theory, The Projects.
Author(s): Robby Findler, University of Chicago
The report gives a defining description of the programming language Scheme. Scheme is a statically scoped and properly tail-recursive dialect of the Lisp programming language invented by Guy Lewis Steele Jr. and Gerald Jay Sussman. It was designed to have an exceptionally clear and simple semantics and few different ways to form expressions. This PDF covers the following topics related to Scheme : Introduction, Overview of Scheme, Requirement levels, Numbers, Lexical syntax and datum syntax, Semantic concepts, Entry format, Libraries, Top-level programs, Primitive syntax, Expansion process, Base library.
Author(s): Robert Bruce Findler, Jacob Matthews
This page covers the following topics related to Go Language : Getting Started,Your First Program, Types, Variables, Control Structures, Arrays, Slices and Maps, Functions, Pointers, Structs and Interfaces, Concurrency, Packages, Testing, The Core Packages, Next Steps.
Author(s): Caleb Doxsey
This page covers the following topics related to Go Language : Introduction, Quick Start, Control Structures, Data Structures, Functions, Objects, Concurrency, Packages, Input/Output, Testing, Tooling.
Author(s): Baiju Muthukadan
This page covers the following topics related to Haskell : Why functional programming, Why Haskell, Getting started, Types and functions, Defining types, streamlining functions, Functional programming, Writing a library: working with JSON data, Using typeclasses, Input and output, Efficient file processing, regular expressions, and file name matching, I/O case study: a library for searching the filesystem, Code case study: parsing a binary data format, Testing and quality assurance, Barcode recognition, Data structures, Monads, Programming with monads, The Parsec parsing library, The foreign function interface, Monad transformers, Error handling, Systems programming, Working with databases, Web client programming, GUI programming, Basic concurrent and parallel programming, Profiling and tuning for performance, Advanced library design: building a Bloom filter, Network programming, Software transactional memory, Installing GHC and Haskell libraries, Characters, strings, and escaping rules, Web site and comment system usage and policies.
Author(s): Bryan O'Sullivan, Don Stewart, John Goerzen
This page covers the following topics related to Haskell : Basics, Introduction, Haskell, Basics, Shakespearean Templates, Widgets, Yesod, Typeclass, Routing and Handlers, Forms, Sessions, Persistent, Deploying your Webapp, Advanced, RESTful Content, Yesod’s Monads, Authentication and Authorization, Scaffolding and the Site Template, Internationalizatio, Creating a Subsite, Understanding a Request, SQL Joins, Yesod for Haskellers, Examples, Initializing data in the foundation datatype, Blog: i18n, authentication, authorization, and database, Wiki: markdown, chat subsite, event source, JSON Web Service, Case Study: Sphinx-based Search, Visitor counter, Single process pub-sub, Environment variables for configuration, Route attributes, Appendices, monad-control, Web Application Interface, Settings Types, http-conduit, xml-conduit.
This page covers the following topics related to Kotlin : Getting started with Kotlin, Extension Methods, Java, Stream Equivalents, Interfaces, Generics, Functions, Null safety, Idioms, Enum, Reflection, Configuring Kotlin build, Conditional Statements, Loops, Logging, Annotations, Class Inheritance, Arrays, Vararg Parameters In Functions, Basic Lambdas, Type-Safe Builders.
Author(s): StackOverflow Documentation
This page covers the following topics related to Kotlin : Hello World, Basic Types, Variables, Functions, Collections, Branches and Loops, Classes, Properties, Visibility, Scope, Abstract Classes and Interfaces, Object, Nested Objects and Classes, Enums and Sealed Classes, Generics, Exceptions, Nullability, Scope Functions, Functional Programming, Sequence, Extension Functions, Delegates, Coroutine Basics, Flows and Channels, Advanced Syntax.
MATLAB is produced by MathWorks, and is one of a number of commercially available software packages for numerical computing and programming. MATLAB provides an interactive environment for algorithm development, data visualisation, data analysis, and numerical computation. This PDF covers the following topics related to MATLAB : basic concepts, plotting, scripts and functions, decision making, loops, the switch statement, vectorisation.
Author(s): The University of Edinburgh, School of Engineering
This page covers the following topics related to Matlab : Vectors and matrices, Built-in functions , Plotting, Programming in MATLAB, M-files: Scripts and functions, Loops, If statement, Polynomials in MATLAB, Numerical Methods .
Author(s): Christos Xenophontos