Simple Program Design A Step-by-Step Approach
Edition: 5th 2007
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Description: Simple Program Design: A Step by Step Approach is written for programmers who want to develop good programming skills for solving common business problems. The fifth edition has been thoroughly revised in keeping with modern program design techniques. The easy-to-follow instructional style has been retained along with the language-independent approach to program design. Stressing structured programming and modular design, pseudocode is used as the major program design technique.
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List price: $245.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Course Technology
Publication date: 9/29/2006
Size: 7.36" wide x 10.08" long x 0.79" tall
|Developing an Algorithm|
|Selection Control Structures|
|Repetition Control Structures|
|Pseudocode Algorithms Using Sequence, Selection, and Repetition|
|First Steps in Modularisation|
|Further Modularisation, Cohesion, and Coupling|
|General Algorithms for Common Business Problems|
|Detailed Object-Oriented Design|
|Simple Object-Oriented Design for Multiple Classes|
|Translating Pseudocode into Computer Languages-Quick Reference Chart|