How computer programming works
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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