This work sets out to provide a solid introduction to computer science that emphasizes software engineering and the development of good programming style. The text focuses on the use of libraries and abstractions, which are essential to modern programming, and readers will learn the fundamentals of ANSI C, the industry standard. Rather than attempt to translate Pascal-based approaches into a new domain, this text is written from the ground up as an introduction to C.Second, the text makes the material easier for students to learn. Early in the book, Roberts introduces several new libraries that hide details from the students until they are ready to use them.
|Title||:||The Art and Science of C|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley - 1995|