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Assessment of Programming Language Reliability Utilizing Soft-Computing
International Journal on Computational Science & Applications
Reliability is a critical program evaluation criterion so much so that program writing (expressing one's computational ideas) will be of no use if the end result is not consistent. Programmers cognizant pertaining to a particular programming language selected for solving a particular computational problem will yield the desired result. This can only be achieved if the program written in a particular programming language either structured (C, C++) or Objected-Oriented (Java, C#, Ruby) is gaugedoi:10.5121/ijcsa.2013.3303 fatcat:aajs5ou7dfa5downp4uh44toim