Illustrates key computing concepts using examples in the most popular programming languages. This is an essential guide for the hundreds of thousands of students studying Introduction to Computer Science or Introduction to Programming, presenting the basic concepts of computer science and illlustrating them with examples in C/C++, and Java. More than 285,000 college majors and 11,000 high school Advanced Placement candidates are enrolled in required Computing Science courses. Explains algorithm development and data abstraction. Supplements leading computer science textbooks.
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Ramon A. Mata-Toledo, Ph.D. (Harrisonburg, VA) is an associate professor of computer science at James Madison with 30 years of teaching experience. Pauline K. Cushman, Ph.D. (Harrisonburg, VA) is an assistant professor of integrated science and technology and computer science at James Madison University.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11007134554X
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