Just Enough Programming Logic and Design / Edition 2 available in Paperback
Find exactly what you need to master the fundamentals of programming logic with the concise JUST ENOUGH PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, 2E. This unique, language-independent introduction to programming logic provides seven chapters focused on key programming and logic content in a direct, efficient format that helps you progress through the subject matter quickly. Everyday examples and clear explanations in a streamlined presentation make this a perfect choice even if you have no prior programming experience. Twenty-five brief new videos from the author expand on and clarify topics, while new Debugging Exercises and a wealth of review and programming exercises in each chapter help you hone your skills. You can use this concise approach alone or as a companion book for success in any programming language course.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.30(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
Table of Contents
1. An Overview of Computers and Logic. 2. Understanding Structure. 3. Making Decisions. 4. Looping. 5. Arrays. 6. Using Methods. 7. Object-Oriented Programming. Appendices: A. Understanding Numbering Systems and Computer Codes. B. Two Special StructuresCase and Do-while.
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I'm in a programming fundamentals class and my professor uses this ineffective waste of time and money. Fortunately, he hasn't made us buy the book but he's using this book to teach programming concepts without actually teaching us programming. That's like trying to teach grammar without teaching vocabulary. Programming is an abstract set of concepts but this book attempts to nest all of those abstract concepts in another layer of abstraction(more layers of abstraction is bad for learning(humans are not computers)). The practical way to learn a hands on skill is to learn hands on! There needs to be a standard for educational tools in our field. If you've been forced to buy this book, please talk to your CS or IT Dean because I guarantee they don't know how bad this book is.