Algorithmic Problem Solving with Python
by John B. Schneider, Shira Lynn Broschat, Jess Dahmen
Publisher: Washington State University 2015
Number of pages: 360
Python's syntax and idioms are much easier to learn than those of most other full-featured languages. This book uses programming language Python to introduce folks to programming and algorithmic thinking. The book is completely hyper-linked.
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