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The Practice of Computing using Python

by William F. Punch

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0136110673, Paperback)

For CS1 courses in Python Programming including majors and non-majors alike.

 

A problem-solving approach to programming with Python.

 

The Practice of Computing Using Python introduces CS1 students (majors and non-majors) to computational thinking using Python.  With data-manipulation as a theme, students quickly see the value in what they’re learning and leave the course with a set of immediately useful computational skills that can be applied to problems they encounter in future pursuits.  The book takes an “object-use-first” approach–writing classes are covered only after students have mastered using objects.   

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