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 Title: Review and Outlooks of the Means for Visualization of Syntax Semantics and Source Code. Procedural and Object Oriented Paradigm – Differences Authors: Hristov, Hristo Keywords: Programming LanguagesTeaching MethodologyProgramming ParadigmMeans for Visualization Issue Date: 22-Nov-2010 Publisher: University Press "Paisii Hilendarski", Plovdiv Abstract: In the article, we have reviewed the means for visualization of syntax, semantics and source code for programming languages which support procedural and/or object-oriented paradigm. It is examined how the structure of the source code of the structural and object-oriented programming styles has influenced different approaches for their teaching. We maintain a thesis valid for the object-oriented programming paradigm, which claims that the activities for design and programming of classes are done by the same specialist, and the training of this specialist should include design as well as programming skills and knowledge for modeling of abstract data structures. We put the question how a high level of abstraction in the object-oriented paradigm should be presented in simple model in the design stage, so the complexity in the programming stage stay low and be easily learnable. We give answer to this question, by building models using the UML notation, as we take a concrete example from the teaching practice including programming techniques for inheritance and polymorphism. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1412 ISBN: 9789544236489 Appears in Collections: REMIA 2010

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