Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs

first publication date:  1985
genre:  textbook
original title:  Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
original language:  English
main subject:  computer programming

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (SICP) is a computer science textbook by Massachusetts Institute of Technology professors Harold Abelson and Gerald Jay Sussman with Julie Sussman. It is known as the "Wizard Book" in hacker culture. It teaches fundamental principles of computer programming, including recursion, abstraction, modularity, and programming language design and implementation. MIT Press published the first edition in 1984, and the second edition in 1996. It was formerly used as the textbook for MIT's introductory course in computer science. SICP focuses on discovering general patterns for solving specific problems, and building software systems that make use of those patterns.MIT Press published the JavaScript edition in 2022. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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