Structured BASIC ProgrammingBook - 1987
An introduction to computer programming via well-structured BASIC. Assuming no prior knowledge of BASIC, this book presents the fundamentals of programming, then shows, through examples and problems, how algorithmic processes from many fields can be transcribed into computer programs. Emphasis is on use of subroutines, and on collections of external subroutines called libraries, as well as on use of top-down design. Section on programming techniques includes advice on how to design, code, test, and debug large programs. Contains varied applications: text, mathematical, business, games, graphics, and music.
Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1987
Branch Call Number: QA76.73.B3 K46 1987
Characteristics: xv, 388 p. : ill. ; 28 cm