Jeri Hanly is Emerita Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Wyoming.
Prime Book Box for Kids. Jeri Hanly is Emerita Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Wyoming. She has also recently been on the faculty of the Computer Science Department at Loyola College in Maryland and Howard University. Elliot Koffman is known around the world as a leader in the field of Computer Science education.
Kindle Fire HD (3rd Generation). The exercises, self check and programming exercises are excellent. This book is a great guide to learning how to program in c code.
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This text maintains its classic features like the gradual introduction of pointers and the connection between problem solving skills and effective software development. It features early coverage of functions, logical operators, and operators with side effects. Paperback: 875 pages.
Intended for a first course in programming, this text assumes no prior knowledge of computers or programming.
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It embraces a balanced approach to program development and an introduction to ANSI C. The book provides a gradual introduction to pointers and covers programming with functions early in the text.
We would also like to acknowledge the contributions of his students at the University of Colorado who adapted WinBGI to create WinBGIm (Grant Macklem, Gregory Schmelter, Alan Schmidt, and Ivan Stashak).
Jeri R. Hanly, Elliot B. Koffman. This text maintains its classic features like the gradual introduction of pointers and the connection between problem solving skills and effective software development.