Introduction to C Programming

Introduction to C Programming : A Modular Approach

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For one-semester/two-quarter, freshman/sophomore level courses in Introduction to Computer Programming, Programming and Logic Design, Introduction to C Programming, Introduction to Business Programming, and Introduction to Computer Science.This second edition text is written for those students with little to no previous programming background. Its' conversational tone and simplified learn-by-example approach stresses top-down design and modular structured programming with an emphasis on business applications. It walks students step-by-step through complete programming examples in every chapter, from problem analysis, logic design, and program coding, to testing and debugging. Each chapter also includes two or more self-pace tutorials that let students participate in the learning process.show more

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  • Paperback | 692 pages
  • 190.5 x 236.7 x 32.5mm | 1,115.85g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 0130608556
  • 9780130608550

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1. Basic Concepts. 2. Taking a Closer Look. 3. Modular Programming. 4. String Functions and Loops. 5. Branching. 6. Using Menus. 7. Text Files. 8. Page and Control Breaks. 9. Multilevel Control Breaks. 10. Arrays and Sorting. 11. Multidimensional Arrays. 12. Sequential Files. 13. Updating Sequential Files. 14. Structures and Random Files. 15. Indexed Files. Appendix A: ASCII Table. Appendix B: Programming Standards. Appendix C: Input/Output Functions. Appendix D: Math and Related Functions. Index.show more

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