Concise Prelude to Programming: Concepts and Design

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Scott Jones Publishing, Incorporated, 2003 - Computers - 240 pages
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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Stewart Venit received a PhD in mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley in 1971. For the past 24 years, he has taught mathematics at California State University in Los Angeles. Professor Venit is a past department Chair and recipient of the University's Outstanding Professor Award. He has authored numerous journal articles and ten textbooks for mathematics or computer science.

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