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Introduction to Programming Using Processing By Mark Meysenburg
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Written in an informal, conversational, and humorous style, Introduction to Programming Using Processing makes learning programming a fun experience. It is almost certainly the only programming... More > textbook in the world with references to Jurassic Park, NCIS, Chuck Norris, and Gamera! The freely-available Processing language is ideal for a first course in programming. The simple-to-access graphics and multimedia capabilities of the language let students develop eye-catching, animated programs, instead of traditional programs that print text to the console. Introduction to Programming Using Processing takes a "classes-later" approach, focusing on basics, using objects, selection, iteration, top-down design, and arrays, before writing classes. Every example is presented in the context of the RADIS (Requirements / Analyze / Design / Implement / Support) framework, with considerable attention paid to design. Other positive habits, like good commenting practice and coding style, are emphasized as well.< Less
60 Very Easy Sudoku Puzzles By Mark Meysenburg
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A Sudoku puzzle is a logic game played in a 9 x 9 grid. Each cell in the grid must contain a single digit: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9. Your job is to fill in the missing numbers! Simple,... More > right? Well, maybe. You see, each vertical column must contain each one of the digits exactly one time. The same holds true for each horizontal row. And, each of the nine 3 x 3 blocks of nine cells must also contain each one of the digits exactly once. You must use those basic rules to fill in the missing numbers. The puzzles in this book are easy to solve. Perfect for beginners, or for more experienced players who want a quick diversion. Enjoy!< Less
Introduction to Programming Using Processing, Second Edition By Mark Meysenburg
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Written in an informal, conversational, and humorous style, the second edition of Introduction to Programming Using Processing makes learning programming a fun experience. The freely-available... More > Processing language is ideal for a first course in programming. The simple-to-access graphics and multimedia capabilities of the language let students develop eye-catching, animated programs, instead of traditional programs that print text to the console. The text takes a "classes-later" approach, focusing on basics, using objects, selection, iteration, topdown design, and arrays, before writing classes. Every example is presented in the context of the RADIS (Requirements / Analyze / Design / Implement / Support) framework, with considerable attention paid to design. Other positive habits, like good commenting practice and coding style, are emphasized as well.< Less