C Programming The Essentials for Engineers and Scientists
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Today's scientist or engineer has many more computerized problem solving environments available than those of only a short time ago and so they are less dependant on mastering a scientific programming language such as FORTRAN. Many universities have made the switch to teaching the programming language C to science and engineering students, as it is still necessary in many fields to be able to produce one's own programs. This text teaches the essentials of C programming, concentrating on what the reader needs to know to produce working stand-alone programs to solve typical scientific and engineering problems. It is a learning-by-doing book with many examples and exercises and lays a…
Copyright year: 1999
Publication date: 6/4/1999
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
|The Basics of C Programming|
|Data Types, Operators, and Functions|
|Selection and Repetition Constructs|
|More About Modular Programming|
|User-Defined Data Objects|
|Searching and Sorting Algorithms|
|Basic Statistics and Numerical Analysis|
|Binary Files, Random Access, and Dynamic Allocation|
|Table of ASCII Characters for Windows/DOS-Based PCs|
|App. 2: Program Listings by Chapter|
|App. 3: Glossary|