Recent Trends in Programming languages

ISSN Number: 2455-1821

Recent Trends in Programming Languages (RTPL) is a print and e-journal focused towards the rapid publication of fundamental research papers on all areas of Programming Languages.

Trends in programming languages have always been influenced by programming paradigms, which in turn have been characterized by general computing trends. there are several less common paradigms in programming languages such as declarative or functional programming that focuses on high expressiveness.

Focus & Scope:

  • High - Level programming languages
  • Data Representation, Data Abstraction, Procedure activation
  • Programming Language C
  • Parameter passing, Pointers, Arrays, Structures, C-Library
  • Program transformation techniques
  • Functional programming in different application areas: security, mobility, telecommunications applications, embedded systems, global computing, grids, etc.
  • Debugging for functional languages
  • Interoperability with imperative programming languages
  • Functional programming and multicourse / many core computing
  • Programming Language Implementation
  • Programming Languages for Concurrency
  • Runtime Techniques for Programming Languages
  • Static and Dynamic Program Analysis
  • Software Model Checking

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Vol 4, No 2 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Research Articles

An Enhanced RSA Cryptography and Steganography using 1-2-4 LSB Algorithm PDF
Yamunesh Goswami, Anuj Bhargav 4-9
World of Cyber Security and Cyber Crime PDF
Rachna Buch, Dhatri Ganda, Pooja Kalola, Nirali Borad 18-23

Review Articles

A Study on Custom Care Concierge PDF
Naina Agrawal 1-3
C Programming Language and Its Benefits PDF
Apoorva Sneha Singh 10-11
Methods for Online Learning Process PDF
Shubham Chakraborty 12-17

ISSN: 2455-1821