Programming Logic and Design, Comprehensive, Third Edition provides the beginning programmer with a guide to developing structured program logic. This textbook assumes no programming experience and does not focus on any one particular language. It introduces programming concepts and enforces good style and logical thinking. New elements found in this edition include a complete program example in each chapter; key terms and 20 review questions at the end of every chapter; more thorough coverage of modularization, object-oriented concepts, and event handling; earlier coverage of style and design issues; and a new appendix on numbering systems.
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