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Beginning Programming For Dummies By Wallace Wang

Beginning Programming For Dummies by Wallace Wang

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Demonstrates the basics of computer programming with Liberty BASIC, covering such topics as inputting and outputting data, string functions, using subprograms, debugging programs, and object-oriented programming.

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Beginning Programming For Dummies by Wallace Wang

Discover the latest programming tips and techniques Start writing programs for Windows, Linux, Macintosh, Palms, and PocketPCs Ready to take control of your computer by writing your own programs? Mixing concepts with humor, author Wallace Wang shows you how to begin programming as simply and quickly as possible. In no time, youll find out how to create and debug programs in Liberty BASIC, use algorithms, build interactive Web pages, and more! All this on the bonus CD-ROM Liberty BASIC and other compilers .

Beginning Programming For Dummies Reviews

"...helps would-be programmers find their feet..." (PC Utilities, 20 February 2004)

About Wallace Wang

Wallace Wang is the bestselling author of over 20 For Dummies computer books. He moonlights as a stand-up comic and has appeared on A&E's Evening At the Improv.

Table of Contents

Introduction. Part I: Programming a Computer. Chapter 1: Learning Computer Programming for the First Time. Chapter 2: All about Programming Languages. Chapter 3: How to Write a Program. Chapter 4: The Tools of a Computer Programmer. Part II: Learning Programming with Liberty BASIC. Chapter 5: Getting Your Hands on a Real Language: Liberty BASIC. Chapter 6: Handling Input and Output. Chapter 7: Variables, Constants, and Comments. Chapter 8: Crunching Numbers and Playing with Strings. Chapter 9: Making Decisions with Control Statements. Chapter 10: Repeating Yourself with Loops. Part III: Advanced Programming with Liberty BASIC. Chapter 11: Writing Large Programs by Using Subprograms. Chapter 12: Drawing Pictures and Making Noise. Chapter 13: Saving and Retrieving Stuff in Files. Chapter 14: Creating a User Interface. Chapter 15: Debugging Programs. Part IV: Dealing with Data Structures. Chapter 16: Storing Stuff in Arrays. Chapter 17: Lumping Related Data in Records. Chapter 18: Linked Lists and Pointers. Chapter 19: Playing with Object-Oriented Programming. Part V: Algorithms: Telling the Computer What to Do. Chapter 20: Sorting. Chapter 21: Searching. Chapter 22: Optimizing Your Code. Part VI: Internet Programming. Chapter 23: Playing with HTML. Chapter 24: Making Interactive Web Pages with JavaScript. Chapter 25 Using Java Applets on Web Pages. Part VII: The Part of Tens. Chapter 26: Ten Cool Programming Careers. Chapter 27: Ten Additional Programming Resources. Appendix: About the CD. Bonus Chapter: Programming in Python. Index. End-User License Agreement.

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Beginning Programming For Dummies by Wallace Wang
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