Algorithm Development and Program Design Using C
Based on the successful book A First Book of C by the same author, this text includes algorithm development, problem solving, and computer science concepts for CS1 courses. Each chapter has a section with two applications developed using a top-down design approach illustrating the chapter's material. Includes A Bit of Background boxes, Common Programming Error sections, Enrichment Study sections, and Tips From the Pros boxes. Exercises can be found at the end of each section and at the end of each chapter.
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Introduction to Computers and Programming
Problem Solving Using C
Completing the Basics
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