Turbo Pascal

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Addison-Wesley, 1998 - Computers - 860 pages
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Elliot Koffman Elliot Koffmans Turbo Pascal is a classic, proven introduction to programming and problem solving. Now, this special update of the fifth edition incorporates the exciting world of the Internet into your Introductory Programming course. In addition to a new chapter on the Internet and the World Wide Web, all of the code previously found on an accompanying disk is now located on the books website. By having students use the website throughout the course, the book will help students become more comfortable using the Web for classwork and for their own interests. The rest of the text contains the same careful and thorough coverage of the topics found in the first course in programming plus many second semester topics. Hallmark Features *Conveys the relationship between problem-solving skills and effective software development by using the authoris classic five-step problem solving process. *Covers computer graphics in Chapter 3, and provides examples of animation and user interfaces in later chapters to help motivate students. *Introduces abstract data types and units in Chapter 9, and Turbo Pascal objects and object-oriented programming in Chapter 13. This coverage prep

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Problem Solving and Pascal
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if and case Statements

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Elliot Koffman is a professor of computer and information science at Temple University. He is one of the country's foremost CS educators, a former chairman of the ACM Task Force for introductory programming methods courses, and author of a number of successful language texts in Modula-2, FORTRAN, in addition to his four editions of Pascal and Turbo Pascal.


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