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|Title: ||Introducción al desarrollo de software|
|Authors: ||Pérez López, Josep Anton|
Ribas Xirgo, Lluís
|Director: ||Megías Jiménez, David|
Mas i Hernàndez, Jordi
|Issue Date: ||16-Feb-2010|
|Publisher: ||Universitat Oberta de Catalunya|
|Type: ||Lecture notes|
|Abstract: ||Having an in-depth knowledge of programming language is not simply about understanding its lexicon, syntax and semantics; it also requires an understanding of the objectives that have led to its development. Therefore, this unit looks at the history of C programming language, from the point of view of computer programming.
Programmes described in a programming language like C cannot be run directly on any machine. We therefore need tools (that is, programmes) that allow us to obtain other programmes described as a sequence of commands that can be run from another computer.
Hence, we will describe an environment for the development of free access software available on both Microsoft and GNU/Linux platforms. Given that the former require an operating system not based on free software, our explanation will focus mainly on the latter.|
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