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Languages Lecture Notes

Languages Lecture Notes

This lecture note explains the following concepts related to programming languages such as fundamental concepts of language design, Programming paradigms, Basic concepts of language implementation, Programming environments, History of programming languages and some recent directions in programming languages research.

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