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ideal(s) programming language(s) for studying algorithms
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- Subject: ideal(s) programming language(s) for studying algorithms
- From: "Arthur Buchsbaum" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2000 06:14:33 -0300
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Let me present myself. I do some research about some topics of Logic, but I
am not an experienced programmer. Until 1988, I did some small programs in
the languages Fortran, Pascal, DBase II, LISP and PROLOG.
Now I am going to study and give some classes about Algorithmics, for which
I intend to adopt "Introduction to Algorithms", written by Thomas Cormen, as
the main textbook.
At the same time, I would like to implement some of the algorithms proposed
in this book.
So, I ask you: what is(are) the ideal(s) programming language(s) for
learning and implementing algorithms?
If there is more than one answer, please give me the advantages and
disadvantages of each possible choice.
Department of Informatics and of Statistics
Federal University of Santa Catarina
88040-900 - Florianopolis/SC - Brazil
Emails: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
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