This book was developed to address the difficulty beginning students often find reading computer language texts. Tan and D'Orazio aim to make the process of learning a first language easier and fun, by involving readers in their text, holding their interest, and getting them to think about the meaning and uses of C code. The authors accomplish this goal by using a question and answer style, where the reader's thought processes are stimulated by the same questions about code that students themselves often ask. Tan and D'Orazio answer these questions clearly and directly, focusing the reader's attention on the important issues of C programming.
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Question and answer approach throughout the lessons stimulates the learning process.
Thorough coverage of C code guides students through a fluent understanding of the language.
Three-dimensional graphics offer a clear presentation of program control.
Detailed description of application examples help develop the thought process in program development.
Introduction to C++ in chapter 9 prepares students for learning this important language in the future.
Detailed tips about debugging and common errors are provided.
Example programs contained on disk are packaged with the book.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill College, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0078481643