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Algorithms, Programming, Pascal

by Barbara Li Santi

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This text presents problem-solving techniques and rules of abstract programming in detail before language syntax. Part One gives students a solid foundation in conceptual problem-solving, language independent program design skills and algorithmic thinking. Part Two introduces the Pascal language as the vehicle for applying these concepts. Although Pascal is covered fully and effectively, the emphasis throughout is on programming and problem solving. Other features include: an entire chapter of algorithmic examples to demonstrate problems at a variety of levels of complexity; tracing exercises and examples in each Pascal chapter to show how algorithms form the basis for each program; debugging and Common Errors sections to aid the novice programmer; numerous practice exercises graded by level of difficulty; and case studies to show real-life applications. This book should be of interest to degree and diploma students on courses in Pascal programming.

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