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C for Business Programming

by John C. Molluzzo

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One of the only books of its kind to focus soley on business applications, this comprehensive introduction to ANSI C programming conforms to the ANSI C standard and is geared for users with little programming experience. Sensibly o rganized, it explains concepts in a clear, understandable language supported by many fully worked-out examples; highlights important definitions, concepts, and rules; and illustrates key ideas in over 70 complete example programs. Contains nearly 600 exercises, experiments and programming problems of varying types and levels of difficulty. Each chapter: includes exercises on the syntax and semantics of C; and provides programming problems ranging from 10- to 20-line programs to full-scale projects that require the use of several user-defined functions—all emphasizing business applications of C. Covers basic data types, variables, arithmetic operators, precedence rules, and the printf() and scanf() functions in short, easily digestible units. Discusses the basic control structures of programming and their applications, covering such topics as indefinite iteration—with a complete analysis of the while statement—, and the if statement in its major application, processing payrolls. Introduces the idea of a function gradually, and includes detailed sections on the four applications that use functions, namely, calculating interest, approving loan applications, calculating commissions, and displaying a table of powers. Examines how to access array elements and process an array correctly. Explains the importance of pointers, using illustrative programs to show how to count characters in a string, display a string in reverse, and count words in a string. Studies typedef and structures, and exlains how to sort and search a table, including both sequential and binary searches. Offers a thorough treatment of file processing in C. For business managers, and those in computer science fields.

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