|Data Structures and Algorithms|
|2.7 Programming Languages|
This section contains some notes on capabilities of programming languages. The first sub-section discusses the ability to pass a function as an argument to another function - an important capability which enables us to create flexible generic ADTs in ANSI C. The remaining sub-sections give brief overviews of the object-oriented capabilities of C++, Java and Ada - three of the more important programming languages.
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