Using a concept-oriented, language-independent approach, Tools for Structured and Object-Oriented Design explores and illustrates introductory programming concepts and problem-solving tools. The book's three-part structure is supported by an exceptionally clear narrative and a host of step-by-step examples, sample problems, and exercises. Incorporates the most recent version of Visual Basic (2005), including new Vista/Visual Basic 2005 screen shots. Includes the most current material available, showcased in an updated design for improved content flow and readability. Features an average of two new problems per chapter, plus revisions to existing problems to reflect the latest information in the field. For those interested in learning more about programming logic, either in a stand-alone programming logic and/or design course or as a supplement in a beginning programming course.OMG, the Object Management Group, is a not-for-profit industry specification group. Its members ... CASE tools that can be used to create UML diagrams and even to generate programming-language statements from UML diagrams are widely available. Encouraging ... Now suppose the Faculty class can be subdivided further into college deans, full-time faculty members, and part-time faculty members.
|Title||:||Tools for Structured and Object-oriented Design|
|Author||:||Marilyn Bohl, Maria Rynn|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2007-12-01|