CPSC 311 2013W1: Definition of Programming Languages
Programming languages is a challenging course, littered with deep ideas linked in fascinating ways and occasionally shrouded in strange terminology. Therefore, you have this wiki to help each other (and the teaching staff!) keep up with course issues.
Furthermore, we'll have open-book exams, but there's no textbook. So, what are we to do? Well, you make appendices for the midterm, and as long as they're reasonable in length, we'll print them out and provide them with the exam. Obviously, contributing to these would be a Bonus Point Accumulating Activity (i.e., Awesome).
The course wiki is also generally available for anyone to contribute to the class's learning.
You may want to start by looking at previous offerings.
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