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C: How to Program

C: How to Program

Harvey Deitel Paul Deitel
3.9/5 (360 ratings)
For courses in C - Intro to Programming/CS1, C - Programming for Business; C - Programming for Technology, and for programming language survey courses. Highly practical in approach, this text introduces fundamental notions of structured programming and software engineering - and progresses quickly to more intermediate material. It covers the full C language, key library functions, object-oriented programming in C++ and Java, and event-driven GUI programming in Java. - NEW - 300 page introduction to C++, brings students up-to-date with material from the recently revised C++ How to Program, 4/E - assuming only the C material as a prerequisite. - Updated introduction to Java 2 and programming GUIs, familiarizes students with content from the recently revised Java[trademark] How to Program, 5/Eassuming only the C material as a prerequisite. - A standalone appendix on the latest C standard - C99 - Contains several Live-Code[trademark] examples demonstrating the powerful new capabilities of C99, motivates the rational for C99 and highlights key differences between C99 and the version of standard C presented in Chapters 2-14. - Use of a pseudocode approach to structured program developmen
Language
English
Pages
1255
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Prentice Hall
Release
July 18, 2003
ISBN
0131426443
ISBN 13
9780131426443

C: How to Program

Harvey Deitel Paul Deitel
3.9/5 (360 ratings)
For courses in C - Intro to Programming/CS1, C - Programming for Business; C - Programming for Technology, and for programming language survey courses. Highly practical in approach, this text introduces fundamental notions of structured programming and software engineering - and progresses quickly to more intermediate material. It covers the full C language, key library functions, object-oriented programming in C++ and Java, and event-driven GUI programming in Java. - NEW - 300 page introduction to C++, brings students up-to-date with material from the recently revised C++ How to Program, 4/E - assuming only the C material as a prerequisite. - Updated introduction to Java 2 and programming GUIs, familiarizes students with content from the recently revised Java[trademark] How to Program, 5/Eassuming only the C material as a prerequisite. - A standalone appendix on the latest C standard - C99 - Contains several Live-Code[trademark] examples demonstrating the powerful new capabilities of C99, motivates the rational for C99 and highlights key differences between C99 and the version of standard C presented in Chapters 2-14. - Use of a pseudocode approach to structured program developmen
Language
English
Pages
1255
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Prentice Hall
Release
July 18, 2003
ISBN
0131426443
ISBN 13
9780131426443

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