Pascal : Problem Solving and Program Design

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1995 - Computers - 731 pages
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Elliot Koffman has made it even easier to learn introductory programming concepts with Pascal. Incorporating the best of earlier editions, this book offers carefully refined explanations in a streamlined exposition. Featuring a new design, this shorter text allows students to concentrate on the essential topics. As always, Koffman makes the important connection between problem-solving skills and effective software development.

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Overview of Computers and Programming
Problem Solving and Pascal
Functions and Procedures

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About the author (1995)

Elliot Koffman is a professor of computer and information science at Temple University. He is one of the country's foremost CS educators, a former chairman of the ACM Task Force for introductory programming methods courses, and author of a number of successful language texts in Modula-2, FORTRAN, in addition to his four editions of Pascal and Turbo Pascal.


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