Illustrating Pascal

Illustrating Pascal

Book - 1987
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This book, written entirely by hand, is an introduction to programming in Pascal. It starts with the fundamental concept of a stored program and works through to the manipulation of records in dynamic storage. The style of presentation is pictorial. This book may be used as a self-contained reference manual for Pascal to BS 6192 and ISO 7185. Besides defining the statements and structures of Pascal this book illustrates the use of such features in small but complete programs. These programs introduce fundamental techniques of programming such as symbol-state tables, bubble sort, quicksoft, stacks and queues, reverse Polish notation, linked lists, shortest-route technique, doubly linked rings, binary trees, hashing technique and other tools of the programmer's trade.
Publisher: Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1987
ISBN: 9780521336956
Branch Call Number: QA76.73.P2 A38 1987
Characteristics: vii, 184 p. : ill. ; 25 cm


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