Systematic Programming: An Introduction (Prentice-Hall Series in Automatic Computation)

by Niklaus Wirth

Hardcover, 1973

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Available

Call number

001.6

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Publication

Prentice Hall (1973), Hardcover, 208 pages

Description

"Offers students the opportunity to master techniques and skills necessary for success in broadcast television, audio and news production ... designed to cover introductory production concepts, this book contains exercises based on specific learning objectives"--Page 4 of cover.

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LibraryThing member jamessavik
This book is a classic of computer science. Wirth introduced the paradigm of structured programming which dominated programming practices and the design of programming languages in the 70s and 80s.

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Physical description

208 p.; 9.1 inches

ISBN

0138803692 / 9780138803698
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