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Programming logic and design : comprehensive version / Joyce Farrell.

By: Farrell, Joyce [author.].
Publisher: Stamford, CT : Cengage Learning, ©2015Edition: Eighth edition.Description: xvi, 683 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781285776712; 1285776712.Uniform titles: Guide to programming logic and design Subject(s): Logic programming | Logic designDDC classification: 005.115/F24 Other classification: CCS Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents only
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. Chapter 8: Advanced Data Handling Concepts. Chapter 9: Advanced Modularization Techniques. Chapter 10: Object-Oriented Programming. Chapter 11: More Object-Oriented Programming Concepts. Chapter 12: Event-Driven GUI Programming, Multithreading, and Animation. Chapter 13: System Modeling with the UML. Chapter 14: Using Relational Databases. 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 that approach to programming, with a distinctive emphasis on modern conventions. This popular text takes a unique, language-independent approach to programming with a distinctive emphasis on modern conventions. The book's clear, concise writing style eliminates highly technical jargon while introducing universal programming concepts and encouraging a strong programming style and logical thinking. Clear revised explanations utilize flowcharts, pseudocode, and diagrams to ensure even readers with no prior programming experience fully understand modern programming and design concepts. Farrell's proven learning features help students gain a better understanding of the scope of programming today while common business examples help illustrate key points. Readers can use this proven book alone or paired with a language-specific companion text that emphasizes C++, Java or Visual Basic.
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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. Chapter 8: Advanced Data Handling Concepts. Chapter 9: Advanced Modularization Techniques. Chapter 10: Object-Oriented Programming. Chapter 11: More Object-Oriented Programming Concepts. Chapter 12: Event-Driven GUI Programming, Multithreading, and Animation. Chapter 13: System Modeling with the UML. Chapter 14: Using Relational Databases. 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 that approach to programming, with a distinctive emphasis on modern conventions. This popular text takes a unique, language-independent approach to programming with a distinctive emphasis on modern conventions. The book's clear, concise writing style eliminates highly technical jargon while introducing universal programming concepts and encouraging a strong programming style and logical thinking. Clear revised explanations utilize flowcharts, pseudocode, and diagrams to ensure even readers with no prior programming experience fully understand modern programming and design concepts. Farrell's proven learning features help students gain a better understanding of the scope of programming today while common business examples help illustrate key points. Readers can use this proven book alone or paired with a language-specific companion text that emphasizes C++, Java or Visual Basic.

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