Programming with C:an introduction
- About Author
Traditionally, introductory programming texts tended to be based on Pascal, placing emphasis on the language at the expense of programming ideas. This unique text uses C as a vehicle to demonstrate and convey concepts and is aimed at students, with little or no experience, who wish to learn how to program from scratch. The author covers programming in more depth than traditional texts to give students a greater insight into program structure and design. Two real-life case studies are used to illustrate new concepts - the first involving software for the management of a computer-based telephone directory and the second an assembler/interpreter.