Beginning Programming For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 29, 2003 - Computers - 432 pages
Discover the latest programming tips and techniques

Start writing programs for Windows, Linux, Macintosh, Palms, and PocketPCs

Ready to take control of your computer by writing your own programs? Mixing concepts with humor, author Wallace Wang shows you how to begin programming as simply and quickly as possible. In no time, you'll find out how to create and debug programs in Liberty BASIC, use algorithms, build interactive Web pages, and more!

All this on the bonus CD-ROM
* Liberty BASIC and other compilers
* All the examples and code from the book
* IBM Robocode V1.0.6
* JBuilder 9 Personal, C# Builder Personal, and Kylix Enterprise Trial


See the "About the CD-ROM" appendix for details and complete system requirements.

Discover how to:
* Choose the best programming language for your project
* Work with data structures
* Install and use Liberty BASIC
* Create interactive Web sites
* Program multiple platform devices

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Beginning programming for dummies

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Qbasic is still the perfect language for beginning programmers because it is "English-like," which means it makes more sense than pt->(int)foo. As part of the ever-excellent "Dummies" series, this ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Advanced Programming
3
Programming a Computer
7
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Wallace Wang is the bestselling author of over 20 For Dummies computer books. He moonlights as a stand-up comic and has appeared on A&E?s Evening At the Improv.

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