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C Programming - A Beginner's Course By Noel Kalicharan
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This book is intended for anyone who is learning programming for the first time. The main goal is to teach fundamental programming principles using C, a popular programming language. However, the... More > book is more about teaching programming basics than it is about teaching C. Basic programming proficiency requires that you know, at least, the following: the primitive data types of the language (integer, floating-point, character); how to write input/output statements; how to write conditional statements (if, if...else); how to write looping statements (while, for); how to write functions and how to declare and use arrays. But, more importantly, you need to be able to write programs to solve problems using these features. This book explains all of the above in an easy, conversational style. The only way to learn programming well is to write programs. The end-of-chapter exercises are a very rich source of problems, a result of the author’s more than 30 years in the teaching of programming.< Less
Pascal Programming - A Beginner's Course By Noel Kalicharan
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This book is intended for anyone who is learning programming for the first time. The main goal is to teach fundamental programming principles using Pascal, a popular programming language in schools.... More > However, the emphasis is more on programming basics than on Pascal. Basic programming proficiency requires that you know, at least, the following: the primitive data types of the language (integer, floating-point, character); how to write input/output statements; how to write conditional statements (if, if...else); how to write looping statements (while, for); how to write functions and how to declare and use arrays. But, more importantly, you need to be able to write programs to solve problems using these features. This book explains all of the above in an easy, conversational style. The only way to learn programming well is to write programs. The end-of-chapter exercises are a very rich source of problems, a result of the author’s more than 30 years in the teaching of programming.< Less
Java Programming - A Beginner's Course By Noel Kalicharan
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Java Programming – A Beginner’s Course attempts to teach computer programming to the complete beginner. As such, it assumes you have no knowledge whatsoever about programming. Basic... More > programming proficiency requires that you know, at least, the following language features: the primitive data types of the language (integer, floating-point, character, boolean); how to write input/output statements; how to write conditional statements (if, if...else); how to write looping statements (while, for); how to write methods and how to declare and use arrays. But, more importantly, you need to be able to write programs to solve problems using these features. This book explains all of the above in an easy, conversational style. One notable advantage of this book is that it is self-contained. Using the new Scanner class and printf, our programs are all written using standard Java. No special classes have to be provided to read primitive data types and print nicely formatted output.< Less
Trading Email Writing for Beginners By Polina Shinkina
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The five standard emails provided in this textbook are written in full compliance with the modern Chinese email correspondence specific requirements to the email text layout, usage of standard... More > lexicology and stylistics, introduction and closing phrases. The email texts are followed by detailed wordings which facilitate and speed up the learning process. This textbook is specially designed as a beginning course for the Chinese language learners who are willing to be successfully employed in the area of the international trading relations. It also can be used by the Chinese language teachers as a supplementary material in their Chinese business writing lessons.< Less
Creative Writing for Creative People: Beginners By Sarah Dobbs
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Dr Sarah Dobbs is a lecturer in English and Creative Writing. She has taught at a variety of universities including the University of Manchester, Lancaster University, Edge Hill and The Open... More > University. 'Creative Writing for Creative People: Beginners' has been compiled from Sarah's experience of teaching Creative Writing over a number of years. If you've ever wanted to write, this book is for you. This guide is an easy-to-follow ten week course that was designed to help you gain experience in character, plot, script, dialogue and lifewriting. Readings are included in the book, in order to encourage analysis of other writers and your development. Sarah is the author of 'The Red Balloon', 'Game, Set, Love-Match' and the forthcoming 'Killing Daniel'. Her short stories and scripts have been published, broadcast and performed internationally, including at the Bolton Octagon, ADC Theatre and the BBC. You can follow Sarah on Twitter @sarahjanedobbs< Less
LIVE TO IMAGINE A Complete Course for Beginner Writers By Susan Hayward-Tonkin
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This book is for those who want to write but don't know where to start. This course will give you everything you will ever need to know about writing and much much more.
C++ Course Part 13-16 for beginners By Ann Meyer
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Part 13-16 is a magic cube game with arrays. You only need a C++ compiler. The complete and working source code is in Part 13-16. You don't need to be familiar with C++. So you write it in your... More > Computer for example with the editor gedit and save under magiccube.cpp, compile for example with GCC- compiler on the terminal (g++ -o magiccube magiccube.cpp ), and start the game on Fedora with ./magiccube that's all. You might press a wrong key while playing, then just press CTRL+C to stop the program, and restart the program. (If this description is too short, you can find a detailed description of GCC in Part 1 of my C++ Course.)_please notice that my magic_cube_code is under the law of GPL_ Thank You! only www.Lulu.com This book is under the GNU Free Documentation License.< Less
C++ Course Part 13-16 for beginners Coil Bound By Ann Meyer
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Part 13-16 is a magic cube game with arrays. You only need a C++ compiler. The complete and working source code is in Part 13-16. You don't need to be familiar with C++. So you write it in your... More > Computer for example with the editor gedit and save under magiccube.cpp, compile for example with GCC- compiler on the terminal (g++ -o magiccube magiccube.cpp ), and start the game on Fedora with ./magiccube that's all. You might press a wrong key while playing, then just press CTRL+C to stop the program, and restart the program. (If this description is too short, you can find a detailed description of GCC in Part 1 of my C++ Course.)_please notice that my magic_cube_code is under the law of GPL_ only www.Lulu.com This book is under the GNU Free Documentation License.< Less
C Programming - An Advanced Course By Noel Kalicharan
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This book takes up where C Programming – A Beginner’s Course leaves off. It assumes you have a working knowledge of basic programming concepts such as variables, constants, assignment,... More > selection (if...else) and looping (while, for). It also assumes you are comfortable with writing functions and working with arrays. If you are not, it is recommended that you study A Beginner’s Course before tackling the material in this book. As in the first book, the emphasis is not on teaching the C language, per se, but rather, on using C to teach concepts that any budding programmer should know. The major topics covered are sorting, searching, merging, structures, pointers, linked lists, stacks, queues, recursion, random numbers and file handling.< Less
True Beginner's Mind By Margaret Syverson
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What happens when 21 university students encounter the teachings and practices of Zen for the first time? Most writings on Zen have come from Zen masters, scholars, and experienced practitioners.... More > Here, a cross-section of American students with no prior experience of Zen read contemporary Zen texts, engage in meditation practice, and participate in in-class inquiry, documenting their emerging understandings, challenges, doubts, and questions over the course of a fifteen-week semester in a college course titled Non-argumentative rhetoric in Zen. Despite the common framework of texts, meditation practice, and class discussion, each chapter is a unique and fresh account of this work.< Less