In 2002, a new programming language was developed. Its purpose, however, was not to solve any practical problems or to be used as any normal programming language would be used. A++ was developed with the goal to use it as a learning instrument. A++ is supposed to be an efficient tool to familiarize learners with with core programming principles that apply universally. Readers practising with A++ can easily be easily transfer their knowledge to other programming languages.
The book “A++ The Smallest Programming Language in the World” by Georg P. Loczewski does not only introduce A++ as a language, but also covers its implementation in Perl and C including an introduction to these languages using A++ itself. Readers will also find an introduction to the Lambda-Calculus of Alonzo Church, which represents the theoretical foundation of A++. Anybody who wants to get started with the fundamentals of programming, and anyone who would like to learn more about an educational programming language, will find the knowledge contained in this book very valuable.
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