Fundamentals of Python: First Programs
In FUNDAMENTALS OF PYTHON: FIRST PROGRAMS, respected author Kenneth A. Lambert presents all of the important topics for a CS1 course while preparing your students to study additional languages. The book uses the Python programming language, which is both easy to learn for beginners and scales well to advanced applications. Lambert's back-to-basics approach will be engaging for your students looking for relevance of the concepts and applications from the text to the real world.
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Software Development Data Types and Expressions
Strings and Text Files
Lists and Dictionaries
Design with Functions
Simple Graphics and Image Processing
Graphical User Interfaces
MultiThreading Networks and ClientServer Programming
Installing the Images Library
The API for Image Processing
Transition from Python to Java and C++
Design with Classes
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