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How Computer Programming Works (Technology in Action Series)
How Computer Programming Works (Technology in Action Series) Dan Appleman 1893115232 9781893115231 Just as a child must learn the alphabet before they can read, future programmers must understand certain concepts before they can w
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How Computer Programming Works (Technology in Action Series) by Dan Appleman

Just as a child must learn the alphabet before they can read, future programmers must understand certain concepts before they can write their first program. This unique book uses full colour illustrations to help the reader to truly understand the underlying computer science on which all programming is based. How Computer Programming Works is a useful book for future programmers or anyone interested in explaining important computer programming concepts. Contains a new expanded section on computer programming for the Internet.

Author: Dan Appleman

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 225

Publisher: Apress

Publication Date: 2000-05-19

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ISBN: 1893115232


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