Concise Prelude to Programming: Concepts and Design
This book, in a language-free context, helps readers learn general programming topics. Topics covered include data types, control structures, files, arrays, subprograms, structured programming principles and how to use basic tools and algorithms. No prior experience with computers or programming is necessary, nor is any special knowledge of mathematics, finance, or any other discipline.
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J An Introduction to Programming
Chapter Review and Exercises
Coding Documenting and Testing a Program
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