Computer Science: A Structured Programming Approach Using C

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West Pub., 1997 - C (Computer program language) - 860 pages
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Computer Science: A Structured Programming Approach Using C presents both computer science theory and its implementations in the C language with a depth-first approach. It follows a clear organizational structure supplemented by easy to follow charts and tables. All programs and functions are developed in a consistent and readable style based on the authors' extensive academic and industry experience. The first half of the book builds a firm understanding of expressions, introducing pointers only to the extent necessary to cover pass-by-reference and arrays. Beginning with Chapter 9, the text develops the concept of pointers ending with a simple introduction to linked lists.

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CONTENTS
1
INTRODUCTION TO THE C LANGUAGE
23
STRUCTURE OF A C PROGRAM
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