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Elliot Koffman's Turbo Pascal is a classic, proven introduction to programming and problem solving. Now, this special update of the fifth edition incorporates the exciting world of the Internet into your Introductory Programming course. In addition to a new chapter on the Internet and the World Wide Web, all of the code previously found on an accompanying disk is now located on the book's website. By having students use the website throughout the course, the book will help students become more comfortable using the Web for classwork and for their own interests. The rest of the text contains the same careful and thorough coverage of the topics found in the first course in programming plus many second semester topics.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780201542127
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley
  • Publication date: 1/1/1993
  • Edition number: 4

Table of Contents

1 Introduction to Computers and Programming 1
Interview: David A. Patterson 29
2 Problem Solving and Pascal 27
Interview: Philippe Kahn 85
3 Top-Down Design with Procedures and Functions 87
Interview: Peter J. Denning 125
4 Selection Structures: if and case Statements 129
Interview: Adele Goldberg 185
5 Repetition: while, for, and repeat Statements 187
Interview: John K. Ousterhout 237
6 Modular Programming 239
7 Simple Data Types 313
Interview: James D. Foley 364
8 Input/Output and Text Files 367
Interview: Watts S. Humphrey 409
9 Software Engineering 411
Interview: Robert Sedgewick 458
10 Arrays 461
11 Records 527
Interview: C. J. Date 564
12 Arrays with Structured Elements 567
Interview: Patrick H. Winston 622
13 Recursion 625
14 Sets and Strings 667
15 Binary Files 699
16 Pointers and Linked Lists 727
17 Dynamic Data Structures 751
18 Object-Oriented Programming 795
Appendix A Using the Turbo Pascal Integrated Environment Ap-1
Appendix B Reserved Words, Standard Identifiers, Operators, Units, Functions, Procedures, and Compiler Directives Ap-13
Appendix C Turbo Pascal Syntax Diagrams Ap-22
Appendix D ASCII Character Set Ap-37
Appendix E Reference Guide to Turbo Pascal Constructs Ap-38
Answers to Selected Self-Check Exercises Ans-1
Index 1-1
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