Human-Centered Programming Languages

edited by Rose Bohrer

1st edition

This book is designed as a flexible textbook for teaching about programming languages through the different kinds of people that study them, and through an interdisciplinary approach. Its largest audience is upper-level undergraduates in computing majors, but is intended to have something for everyone from newcomers to experts

Chapter 1

Introduction

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Chapter 2

What is a Language?

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Chapter 3

Programming in Rust

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Chapter 4

Regular Expressions

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Chapter 5

Context-Free Grammars

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Chapter 6

Parsing Expression Grammars

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Chapter 7

Abstract Syntax Trees and Interpreters

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Chapter 8

Operational Semantics

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Chapter 9

Types

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Chapter 10

Users and Designers

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Chapter 11

Quantitative Methods & Surveys

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Chapter 12

Qualitative Studies

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Chapter 13

Gender

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Chapter 14

Disability

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Chapter 15

Media Programming

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Chapter 16

Play

by Rose Bohrer

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Chapter 17

Natural Language

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Chapter 18

Diagramming

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Chapter 19

Process Calculus

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Chapter 20

Cost Semantics

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More Instructor Materials

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References

Everything cited

Index

Common words and where they are

Search

Find where words occur

Media

Images and video in the book

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This edition of HCPL is a living document. It is not a mere work-in-progress but is subject to substantial change as the work evolves.