Lecturer : Tri Djoko Wahjono, Ir. M.Sc

Preview question

1.     Plankalkul designed in 1943, and it is published at 1972

3.     Plankalkül is a computer language designed for engineering purposes by Konrad Zuse between 1943 and 1945. It was the first high-level non-von Neumann programming language to be designed for a computer. And it is a calculus program.

8.   John Mauchly developed the short code. Because Short code was not translated to machine code. It was implemented with a pure interpreter. Short code interpretation was approximately 50 times slower than machine code.

10. Independent compilation is the significant features which is added in to Fortran II

11.  Logical loop control statement

13. Fortran 77 was the first Fortran that has a string handling

18.  ACM and GAMM

22.  FLOW-MATIC was the mother language of COBOL

28. APL and SNOBOL

32.  The design criterion was used in ALGOL 68 is orthogonality


39.  Tasks

47. Thompson who is a language designer who work on both C and go

52.  Params

57. Java support data type such as int, byte, float, double, boolean, and char.

61. Lua is purely interpreted

66. The output of  XSLT can be HTML or plain text.

Problem Set

1.    Explicit Type declaration for variable, a logical if construct, and the capability of passing subprograms as parameters to other subprogram

6.   The most frequently error in C program is in the looping and the if statement. because, we can still run the program with the error if.

8. Speedcoding did not become the widely used language, because it isn’t provided any feature like in the others. it is good in calculation, but not in Structure data

9.    Because at the time, the scientists and engineers  always use I, J, K, so forth for writing the variable in to their formula.

10. – ALGOL 58

-ALGOL 60 design process

-ALGOL 60 Overview

13. Because C more complete and easier than Fortran. and Fortran doesn’t have any important feature like in C.

14. Typeless language is less readable. because it’s too hard to understand a program which made in typeless.

15.  Yes, LISP.