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Programming Principles in Java: Architectures and Interfaces

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Programming Principles in Java: Architectures and Interfaces
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Publisher: Kansas State University
Number of pages: 748

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This is a textbook for a first course for future computing scientists and professional programmers. Professional programmers should understand how to employ three forms of structure: control structures, data structures, and component structures. In this text the author emphasizes component structures over the other two forms.

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