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Specifically designed to teach students how to write practical programs in Pascal, this book features information on the language enhancements in Turbo Pascal, as well as the syntax of standard Pascal. The book provides its readers with access to example programs and program fragments to show how the Pascal language statements work and how they can be used to solve problems. The text offers an early introduction to the use of files for storing information so that subsequent example programs and practice problems can use data files. It illustrates some tasks Turbo Pascal can perform that would normally require assembly language programming. It discusses source program debugging, the Turbo Pascal debugger and program testing, and explains modular program development, the top-down program design and good program design. Finally, it covers material on the different methods for passing information to and from subprograms, how recursion works, and the differences between pointers and dynamic variables.
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368p red paperback, from a Cambridge college library, pages unmarked, binding firm, index, very good indeed
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Book Description Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 1990. Condition: Good. 368p red paperback, from a Cambridge college library, pages unmarked, binding firm, index, very good indeed. Seller Inventory # PAB 122916
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