by Samuel P. Harbison.
Published 1992 by Prentice Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in English.
Dewey Decimal Class 005.13/3
Library of Congress QA76.73.M64 H37 1992
Hardcover Number of pages 312
Open Library OL1557486M
ISBN 10 0135964040, 0135963966
LC Control Number 91038214
This book presents a guide to writing correct and maintainable programs in Modula-3, one of the Pascal family of languages. It includes a set of programming conventions to help readers write more consistent and readable Modula-3 programs, the SRC Modula-3 implementation run-time libraries, Modula-3 quick reference, a complete discussion of object oriented programming - including objects and methods, classes and inheritance, concurrent programming and Modula-3's support for threads and semaphores.
From the Back Cover
Here's a complete guide for programmers who want to learn how to write correct and maintainable programs in the Modula-3 programming language--the newest member of the Pascal family of languages. The book describes the complete Modula-3 language, beginning with basics and progressing to more advanced features of the language. Coverage includes the basic language, declaration statements, types, and procedures. By following the first half of the guide's step-by-step instruction, readers will gain a complete command of the "Pascal subset" of Modula-3 and be ready for the more advanced concepts of the language. The guide then goes on to discuss the exception handling mechanism to illustrate robust programming techniques. Also covered are modules and interfaces in detail...dynamic memory...object-oriented programming...concurrent programming...and more.
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