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Karel the Robot: A Gentle Introduction to the Art of Programming

by Richard E. Pattis

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Teaches the fundamentals of programming in a non-computer environment. Programs move a robot through the streets of a city, not information through the circuits of a computer. Helps in the understanding of fundamental programming concepts. All principles learned can be directly applied to the programming of computers. Covers syntax, basic control structures, and programming methodology and style.

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