Charles Petzold

Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software

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Using everyday objects and familiar language systems such as Braille and Morse code, CODE shows us the ingenious ways we manipulate language and invent new means of communicating with each other, culminating in today\u2019s digital technologies.
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    iluherцитирует18 дней назад
    For example, when we talk to another person, every word we speak is a choice among all the words in the dictionary. If we numbered all the words in the dictionary from 1 through 351,482, we could just as accurately carry on conversations using the numbers rather than words.
    Ingrid Belanцитируетв прошлом году
    retained their dominance, in recent years they've picked up certain enhancements that have resulted in what are called object-oriented languages. These languages are useful for working with the graphical operating systems that I'll describe in the next (and last) chapter
    Ingrid Belanцитируетв прошлом году
    Breaking out of the von Neumann mind-set when designing a computer language isn't easy, and getting other people to use such a language is even harder. One such non–von Neumann language is LISP (which stands for List Processing), which was designed by John McCarthy in the late 1950s and is useful for work in the field of artificial intelligence. Another language that's just as unusual but nothing like LISP is APL (A Programming Language), developed in the late 1950s by Kenneth Iverson. APL uses a collection of odd symbols that perform operations on whole arrays of numbers at once

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