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Modula-3 [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Samuel P. Harbison


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Juni 1992
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.

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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.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen A clear text and reference, but slightly disorganized. 20. September 1998
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Displaying the power and clarity of this fairly young but robust, reliable, efficient, platform-independent programming language, the author covers all its features with formal definitions, examples, and side comments that relate Modula-3 concepts to C++, Pascal and other languages. Great for self-study, useable as a text. Has exercizes at the ends of each chapter. Once used that way, Harbison's book makes a fine reference on the langauge, but some topics are covered more than once, at different levels of detail, which can be frustrating. Assumes the reader already knows something about computer programming. For a from-scratch beginners book, try Boeszoermenyi's book. (Learn Modula-3 and put Java and C++ out of business!)
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3.0 von 5 Sternen A decent book but some of the examples are buggy! 19. Juni 2000
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This book was hard to understand but it was very informative on data structures and algorithms. My only complaint about this book is that the examples are buggy. While taking Computer Science at Stony Brook, all of the students could not run certain program examples (the ones from the chapter pertaining to "External Searching Algorithms" for example) because they were buggy. Also encountered buggy diagram explanations of AVL trees. In general, the book was readable and understandable (if read VERY carefully) but was frustrating at times because of buggy explanations and examples and was a little un-organized.
If possible, try to avoid the Modula III language all together. Although it encompasses mostly all of the concepts that C++ has, C++ is an outgrowth from the mistakes of Modula III.
Please note that I do NOT recommend using this book in conjunction with Boeszoermenyi's book "Programming in Modula 3: An Introduction to Programming with Style." It is grossly unorganized and their explanations are convoluted, not detailed, assumes that the user is using SRC Modula III and that the reader has a programming background (although they claim otherwise).
If you are interested in algorithms try "The Algorithm Design Manual" by Steven S. Skiena. This book encompasses great information from a professor with years of teaching experience in the Computer Science field.
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