How computer programming works

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Ziff-Davis Press, Jun 1, 1994 - Computers - 218 pages
This innovative book from expert programmer and bestselling author Daniel Appleman is the first of its kind to graphically explain fundamental programming concepts. Even the most complex of concepts is deciphered through the careful use of full-color illustrations, concise text, and the extensive use of analogies with familiar, real-world experiences that we all share and understand.

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Contents

Algorithms
Heart of Steel
Chapter 1
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Daniel Appleman is the president of Desaware Inc., a developer of add-on products and components for Microsoft Visual Studio, including SpyWorks, StateCoder, and the NT Service Toolkit for .NET languages and VB6. He is a cofounder of Apress, a publishing company specializing in high-quality professional level books for computer programmers and IT professionals. He is the author of numerous books, including "Moving to VB .NET: Strategies, Concepts and Code", "How Computer Programming Works", and "Dan Appleman's Visual Basic Programmer's Guide to the Win32 API", and he is the author of a series of ebooks on .NET-related topics.

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