Introduction to computing systems: from bits and gates to C and beyond, Volume 1
The reason most people do not understand their first programming language is because they are forced to memorize technical details. They do not understand the basic underpinnings. This book is based on the premise that starting with a high-level programming language has its shortcomings. This premise lead to Patt/Patel's "bottom-up approach" found in Introduction in Computing.
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Review: Introduction to Computing Systems: From Bits & Gates to C & Introduction to Computing Systems: From Bits & Gates to C & Beyond BeyondUser Review - Goodreads
Ever wanted to know how your computer really works? This textbook is really easy to read and does a thorough job of moving from transistors to gates to memory to assembly to the C programming language ...
Review: Introduction to Computing Systems: From Bits & Gates to C & Introduction to Computing Systems: From Bits & Gates to C & Beyond BeyondUser Review - Victoria - Goodreads
This book is not helpful. The first chapter was great, but it went downhill after that. I find it hard to read because it is full of technical language. The LC-3 programs it shows aren't great examples either. There must be something better than this. Read full review