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Eiffel programming language. Including small section of code

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This is a paper 5 to 7 pages long about the Eiffel programming language. Including small section of code. The detail is in the document.

 

You will write a term paper on “Eiffel” language. This paper will be 5-7 pages long (not including title pages, contents, references, appendices, etc.). And must have a minimum of 5 sources.

The paper should include the following topics:

Introduction

Provide the History of the language

Note the programming paradigm supported

Address the domains in which it is widely used

Data Abstractions

Note the data types the language provides

Describe the type checking system used

o Static or dynamic?

o Explicit or implicit?

o Strongly typed?

o Coercion occurs?

Control Abstractions

Describes language expressions

Operators and precedence rules

Selection constructs

Iteration

Functions and parameter passing techniques

Scope rules

Packages/Modules/Namespace capabilities

Exception handling

Support for Object Oriented Programming (may not apply)

What syntactic units used for defining classes?

Support for interfaces?

Data protection mechanisms

Sample Program

Write a sample calculator program in your language. It should:

o Continuously take user input until the user asks to quit.

o Keeps a running tally of the calculation.

o Supports +, -, *, /, and exponentiation of floating point and integer numbers (note, you should catch divide by zero exceptions in some way).

Hints

We have discussed Readability, Writability, and Reliability in this class, as well as Cost. These ideas should show up in your paper.

Code samples are encouraged to demonstrate language features. If the code sample is more than 5 lines of code it should go in an appendix and will not be counted toward the overall length.

The Sample Program source code should go in an appendix as well.

 

 

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