Programming pearls

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Addison-Wesley, Jan 1, 1986 - Computers - 195 pages
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This book is a collection and expansion of the column, "Programming Pearls," published in Communication of the Association for Computing Machinery. The essays present programs that go beyond solid engineering techniques to be creative and clever solutions to computer problems. The programs are fun and they teach important programming techniques and fundamental design principles. Written in a engaging style, this book will appeal to people with some programming experience who want to learn more about refining their techniques. ACM Press. 0201103311B04062001

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A must have book for any Programmer

User Review  - Ashish Goyal - Flipkart

This is a must have book, if you get your hands dirty in hard core programming. People from any programming generations will get benefited by this book. Read it well, and don't try to rush to get maximum return on your investment :) Read full review

Definitely a Pearl.

User Review  - Pratyush Kumar - Flipkart

the book is succinct and very relevant to the person who is trying to learn neat, short and simple(not simpler)programming style. A lot of practical examples(taken from author's professional life ... Read full review

Contents

Cracking the Oyster
7
Data Structures Programs
23
Writing Correct Programs
35
Copyright

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