Computer Science: A Structured Approach Using C++
Thomson / Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 2004 - Computers - 1022 pages
Based on the tenet that good habits are formed early, authors Behrouz Forouzan and Richard Gilberg consistently emphasize the principles of structured programming and software engineering. Every complete program uses a consistent style. As programs are analyzed, styles and standards are further explained. Whenever possible, the authors develop the principle of a subject before they introduce the language implementation so the student understands the concept before dealing with the nuances of C++. Also, the vast array of figures and tables connects visually with students. By integrating software engineering principles and encouraging the student to resist the temptation to immediately code, the text builds a solid foundation in problem solving.
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