This book is the classic text in the art of computer programming. The first section represents an initial outstanding contribution to the understanding of the design of programs and the use of structured programming. The second part describes how similar principles can be applied in the design of data structures. The final section provides a synthesis of the previous two and expounds the close theoretical and practical connections between the design of data and the design of programs.
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Considering the book as a whole, it is a significant contribution in an area that greatly needs such work. It puts together, in a coherent manner, important concepts in the structured programming area. One can ask: 'For whom is this book intended?' I believe the answer is there's something for everyone.
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Book Description Academic Press, 1972. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110122005503
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