Structured programming

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Academic Press, 1972 - Computers - 220 pages
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Details the use of practical programming techniques and abstract, theoretical data processing concepts in structured computer systems

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User Review  - Pavel - Goodreads

The only technical book that made me sad. Sad due to the lack of progress in the last 40 years. The book is a very introspective into computer science and the approach the authors took to figure out ... Read full review

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User Review  - Max Lybbert - Goodreads

Dijkstra, as usual, delivers a great treatise in his part of the book. Hoare's chapter on data structuring covers much of the same ground that Stepanov does in his various writings; but he does so ... Read full review

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Notes on Structured Programming edsger w dijkstra
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On The Reliability of Mechanisms
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On Our Mental Aids
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