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Problem Solving with C

ISBN-10: 1881991482
ISBN-13: 9781881991489
Edition: 1996
List price: $153.60
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Description: This book introduces beginning programming concepts using the C language. Each chapter introduces a problem to solve, and then covers the C language constructs necessary to solve the problem.

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Book details

List price: $153.60
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Publication date: 3/2/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 768
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.838

This book introduces beginning programming concepts using the C language. Each chapter introduces a problem to solve, and then covers the C language constructs necessary to solve the problem.

First C ProgramProblem: The Squares of the Numbers from 4 to 9Introduction and Statement of the Problem
A Pseudocode Solution to Problem
Basic Concepts of a C Program
Declaration, Assignment, and Print Statements
The for Loop
A Better Version of Program
Enrichment: Running a C Program, Software Development Cycle
More Details: Arithmetic Operations, Identifiers, for LoopsSummaryExercisesChapter
Evaluating an ExpressionProblem: The Registrar's HeadacheIntroduction and Statement of the Problem
Pseudocode for Problem
Writing Program 2; The if Statement
Enrichment: Creating Readable Output
Relational Operators, Compound Assignment Operators
Enrichment: Types float, double, and char; Standard Library of Functions
Enrichment: DebuggingSummaryExercisesChapter
Reading a Set of DataProblem: A Simple Payroll ProgramIntroduction and Statement of the Problem
Pseudocode for Problem
The while Loop
Reading Data�scanf
Writing Program
Enrichment: Improving the Input/Output--Prompts and Printing
The if-else Statement and the Conditional OperatorSummaryExercisesChapter
Summation, Stepwise Refinement, and Nested LoopsProblem: The Sultan's Gift: The Sum of the Squares of the Numbersfrom 1 to 30Introduction and Statement of the Problem
Pseudocode for Problem
Program 4 (First Version)
Enrichment: Other Versions of Program 4--Defining a Constant and Reading Data
Enrichment: Using a Nested Loop
Enrichment: Recommendations on Style; Structured ProgrammingSummaryExercisesChapter
Function Subprograms
Programmer-Defined Functions
Program 5; Location of Functions
Void and Parameterless Functions
Enrichment: Input-Output-Process (I-P-O) Comments
Enrichment: Using Functions to Produce a Multiplication Table
Enrichment: Calls to printf and scanf--Side Effects Versus Return Values
Enrichment: A First Look at Parameters Which are PointersSummaryExercisesChapter
More on Control StructuresProblem: Classifying Months and DaysIntroduction and Statement of the Problem
Pseudocode for Problem
The Main Program; Using a do-while Loop and the User-Response Method
The Function classify
The Remaining Functions
Entire Program
More on do-while Loops, Nested-if Statement
Additional Control Structures: switch, break, and continue Statements; exit Function
Logical and Relational Operators, Short-Circuit EvaluationSummaryExercisesChapter
ArraysProblem: Averaging Sets of NumbersIntroduction and Statement of the Problem
Header (or Parameter) Values; Pseudocode for Problem
Program 7, Part 1
Arrays
Using an Array--Program 7, Part 1
Using Arrays with Functions--Program 7, Part1
The Rest of Program
Enrichment: Analysis of Program 7: Testing and Modularity
Enrichment: Two-dimensional Arrays
Enrichment: Detecting the End of a Set of Data: EOF Method; Return Value from scanfSummaryExercisesChapter
PointersProblem: Averaging Sets of Numbers, RevisitedIntroduction
Pointers
Using Parameters Which Are Pointers (A Second Look)
Pointers and Arrays
Modifying Some Functions from Program 78.5 Program 8: Using Pointer Notation for the Arrays in Program 7SummaryExercisesChapter
Character StringsProblem: Preparing a Direct Mail AdvertisementIntroduction and Statement of the Problem
Declaring, Initializing, Printing, and Reading Strings
String Manipulation Functions from the Standard Library
String Input/Output Functions: gets, puts
Writing Some Useful String Functions of Our Own
Program
Enrichment: Using Data Type char: getchar, putchar; Functions from ctype.h
Enrichment: Arrays of StringsSummaryExercises

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