An Introduction to Computer Science Using Java by Kamin and Mickunas is designed for a CS1/Intro to Programming course in which java is used. The authors emphasize the process of programming, which teaches students how to develop correct, efficient, well-structed and stylish programs.
In this new edition, the authors put more emphasis on object-oriented programming, greatly expanding their coverage and using a more graphical approach. At the same time, the text has retained its coverage of the traditionally fundamental computer science topics such as the development of correct programs, iteration, arrays, recursion, and algorithm analysis. This blend prepares students to become sophisticated computer programmers, not simply JAVA programmers.
One of the unique aspects of the text are the debugging sections. In appropriate places throughout the text, the authors provide students with information on how to debug their programs. In addition, there are such pedagogical aids as "Bug Alerts" and a wide range of exercises, including new quick review exercises throughout the chapter.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0072323051