Program Design Using JSP: A Practical Introduction

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Macmillan International Higher Education, Jun 15, 1992 - Computer science - 291 pages
This book provides a practical course for programmers and students on degree and diploma courses who want to understand and apply Jackson Structured Programming. In this completely reset edition, the opportunity has been taken to include many additional diagrams, as an aid to the production of data structures in both the examples and solutions to exercises. A testing method appropriate to JSP is described in detail in chapter 13. Four case studies are included. Solutions are provided for all exercises and case studies.
 

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Contents

Data Structures
4
Data Structures for Particular Problems
16
Program Structures
23
Elementary Program Operations and Conditions
36
More Than One Input File
65
Structure Clashes and Inversion
83
Recognition Problems and Backtracking
103
Procedurisation
116
Testing Documentation and Program Amendment
136
Solutions to Exercises
153
An Invoice Printing Case Study
244
An Interactive System Case Study
251
The Label Production Case Study a Solution
261
The Course File Completeness Case Study a Solution
272
The Interactive System Case Study a Solution
279
Appendix J Complete Programs for the Inversion Example Chapter 9
286

Interactive Systems
120

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