C Program Design for Engineers, 2nd edition
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This book presents introductory programming and software development concepts to engineers using a disciplined approach. It provides numerous case studies and programming projects based on real-world examples from a wide range of engineering areas, making the material relevant to what engineers will encounter in their careers; the authors introduce implementations of basic numerical and statistical methods commonly used by engineers. Another feature is the addition of a chapter entitled "On to C++" that prepares readers for a transition to object-oriented programming. KEY TOPICS: The book focuses on many aspects of software engineering, establishing early the connection between good problem-solving skills and effective software development. A five-phase software development method is presented in Chapter 1 and applied in every subsequent case study throughout. The book presents material in an order that meets the needs of a beginning programmer, rather than by the structure of the C programming language. This approach makes it possible to present fundamental concepts using traditional high-level terminology--output parameter, array, array subscript, string--and makes it easier for readers without a prior assembly-language background to master the many facets of pointer usage. MARKET: This book is designed to introduce C programming to engineers in a way that is relevant to their engineering practice.
Table of contents
1. Overview of Computers and Software.
2. Overview of C.
3. Data Types, Operators, and Simple Functions.
4. Selection Structures: if and switch Statements.
5. Repetition and Loop Statements.
6. Modular Programming.
8. Multidimensional Arrays.
9. Structure Types.
10. Text and Binary File Processing.
11. Programming in the Large.
12. Introduction to Numerical Methods.
13. On To C++.
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Published by Pearson (November 27th 2000) - Copyright © 2001