Hi, my name is John Leonardo, and I am a Computer Science student at Sacramento State. I am particulary interested in Dev Ops and Software Engineering, and want to eventually work my way to a manager position after I graduate. Besides CS stuff, I also enjoy sports (I played baseball for 14 years), and I enjoy working out at the Well.
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Here is a list of the programming languages I'm comfortable with:
Here are some random Computer Theory definitions for you:
Syntax: The set of rules that defines the combinations of symbols that can be modeled by a context-free grammar.
Semantics: Rules that are part of programming languages that have to do with how we interpret the meaning of a particular construct.
Lexical Scanning: Converting a sequence of characters into a sequence of tokens that have meaning.
Parsing: Explaining a sentence through its grammatical derivation.
Parser: A mechanism that receives input as a sentence, and breaks into into parts with meaning.
* All definitions are from An Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata by Peter Linz, from UC Davis.