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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter P Smith
|Description:||xviii, 765 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction and history: an initial perspective. Toward a deeper view of computers and systems. The program development process: from top to bottom. Communicating with the computer: first elements of Pascal. When bad bugs happen to good computers. Bigger and better building blocks: procedures and functions. Control structures: a prelude. Files: additional pathways for input and output. Iteration. A time to choose: binary decision. Let the good times roll: a case study of computers. Through the looking glass: recursion. Data structures: the odyssey continues. The I's have It: focus on arrays. More about arrays: searching and sorting. Linked structures: the long and winding road. A walk through the forest: trees. Epilogue: a view from the top. Appendices.|
|Responsibility:||Peter P. Smith.|