|Author:||Walter J. Savitch|
|Publisher:||Benjamin-Cummings Pub Co; TURBO Pascal ed edition (October 1, 1985)|
|Category:||Technologies and Computers|
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Series: Benjamin/Cummings series in structured programming. Paperback: 763 pages. Publisher: Benjamin-Cummings Publishing C. Subs.
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Published September 1st 1988 by Benjamin-Cummings Publishing C. of Addison Wesley Longman,US.
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By (author) Walter J. Publication date 01 Feb 1988. Publisher Benjamin-Cummings Publishing C.
Problem Solving With C++: The Object of Programming.
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By: Savitch, Walter J, 1943-. Material type: BookPublisher: Menlo Park, CA : Benjamin/Cummings Pub. C. c1984Description: xxiii, 550 p. ; 24 c. SBN: 0805383700. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Holdings ( 1 ). Title notes.
In addition, the text includes an optional chapter on object-oriented programming.
Walter J. Savitch (author).
Pascal: an Introduction to the Art and Science of Programming (Paperback). Paperback 768 Pages, Published: 27/09/1990.
As Paul Abrahams aptly noted, the key problem with structured programming is that it is elevation to good heuristics into bad dogma, and the creation of the illusion that difficult problems are easy.