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Programming logic and design : introductory version / Joyce Farrell.

By: Farrell, Joyce.
Stamford, CT : Cengage Learning, ©2015Edition: 8th ed.Description: xvi, 367 pages : illustrations (color) ; 24 cm.Content type: text ISBN: 9781285845777 (pbk.); 1285845773 (pbk.).Subject(s): Logic programming | Logic designDDC classification: 005.115/F24
Contents:
Chapter 1: An Overview of Computers and Programming. Chapter 2: Elements of High-Quality Programs. Chapter 3: Understanding Structure. Chapter 4: Making Decisions. Chapter 5: Looping. Chapter 6: Arrays. Chapter 7: File Handling and Applications. Appendix A: Understanding Numbering Systems and Computer Codes. Appendix B: Solving Difficult Structuring Problems. Appendix C: Creating Print Charts. Appendix D: Two Variations on the Basic Structures-case and do-while.
Summary: Prepares student programmers for success by teaching them the fundamental principles of developing structured program logic. This book offers a language-independent approach to programming, with a distinctive emphasis on modern conventions.
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Includes index.

Chapter 1: An Overview of Computers and Programming. Chapter 2: Elements of High-Quality Programs. Chapter 3: Understanding Structure. Chapter 4: Making Decisions. Chapter 5: Looping. Chapter 6: Arrays. Chapter 7: File Handling and Applications. Appendix A: Understanding Numbering Systems and Computer Codes. Appendix B: Solving Difficult Structuring Problems. Appendix C: Creating Print Charts. Appendix D: Two Variations on the Basic Structures-case and do-while.

Prepares student programmers for success by teaching them the fundamental principles of developing structured program logic. This book offers a language-independent approach to programming, with a distinctive emphasis on modern conventions.

College of Engineering and Computer Studies

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