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2018/2019

Scripting Languages

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BI-SKJ Z,ZK 4 2+2 Czech
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Department of Computer Systems
Synopsis:

Students gain a general overview of available scripting languages, their syntax, semantics, programming style, pros and cons. In addition, they gain a deeper insight into shell and some other particular scripting languages and will get practical experience with shell script programming.

Requirements:

Student should have basic orientation in operating systems and the formal description of languages and translations.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction: compiler/interpreter. Common UNIX shells

2. Bourne Again: Invocation, common control constructions

3. Bourne Again: Variables and redirection, getopts

4. Common UNIX utilities: RE, grep

5. Common UNIX utilities: sed

6. Common UNIX utilities: awk/nawk

7. How to write a complex shell script

8. Perl

9. Perl

10. Python

11. Python

12. Python

13. Python

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Shell.

2. Shell.

3. Regular expressions, grep, sed.

4. awk.

5. Perl.

6. Python.

7. Python.

Study Objective:

Students are likely to encounter several scripting languages in their professional career. In this course, presentation of the shell as a programming language, started in elementary UNIX module, is completed.

Students get an overview of some common scripting languages and learn some of them in detail.

Study materials:

- http://www.gnu.org/doc/doc.html

- http://perldoc.perl.org/

- Christiansen, T., Foy, B.D., Wall, L. , Orwant, J.: Programming Perl, O'Reilly 2012, 1184 pp., ISBN 978-0596004927.

- Lutz, M.: Programming Python, O'Reilly 2011, 1632 pp., ISBN: 978-0596158101. (Python 3)

- Lutz, M.: Learning Python: Powerful Object-Oriented Programming, O'Reilly 2009, 1216 pp., ISBN: 978-0596158064. (Python 2.2/2.3)

- Harms, D., McDonald, K. Začínáme programovat v jazyce Python. ComputerPress, Praha, 2003. 476 pp. ISBN 80-722-6799-X.1.

- Aho, A.V., Ullman, J.D.: The Theory of Parsing, Translation, and Compiling, Prentice Hall 1972-3, 542 pp., ISBN: 978-0139145568.

- Scott, M. L.: Programming Language Pragmatics. Morgan Kaufmann, 2005. 912 pp. ISBN 978-0-12-633951-2.

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