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An Overview of Computers and Programming Languages 1 2. My primary goal is to motivate and excite all introductory programming students, regardless of their level. Motivation breeds excitement for learning. Motivation and excitement are critical factors that lead to the success of the programming student. This text is a culmination and development of my classroom notes throughout more than fifty semesters of teaching successful programming to Computer Science students.
Warning: This text can be expected to create a serious reduction in the demand for programming help during your office hours. Other side effects include significantly diminished student dependency on others while learning to program. It soon turned into a collection large enough to develop into a text. The approach taken in this book is, in fact, driven by the students demand for clarity and readability. The material was written and rewritten until the students felt comfortable with it.
Most of the examples in this book resulted from student interaction in the classroom. As with any profession, practice is essential. Cooking students practice their recipes. Budding violinists practice their scales. New programmers must practice solving problems and writing code. The crucial question of why? Students must understand the why? This book assumes no prior programming experience. However, some adequate mathematics background such as college algebra is required.
Chapters 2 through 7 include a programming exercise which contains a solution to a problem; however, the statements are in the incorrect order. So the student is asked to rewrite the program with statements in the correct order. This will allow students to learn how to read and debug programs written by someone else. Another major change in this edition is the inclusion of debugging sections in Chapters 2 through 7.
In these sections, a program with errors is included. The program is compiled, and syntax errors, if any, are shown. We then show how to interpret the syntax errors and correct them. Some sections also show how to find and correct logical errors. This edition also includes various new examples, such as Examples , , , and Various sections in Chapters 4, 5, 6, and 7 have been rewritten.
Chapter 8 includes additional string functions, and the virtual functions section in Chapter 14 has been rewritten with new examples. The first 11 or 12 chapters can be covered in the first course and the remaining in the second course.
Chapter 1 briefly reviews the history of computers and programming languages. The reader can quickly skim through this chapter and become familiar with some of the hardware components and the software parts of the computer. This chapter also describes structured and object-oriented programming. It is introduced early, in Chapter 3, and is covered in detail. Chapters 4 and 5 introduce control structures to alter the sequential flow of execution. Chapters 6 and 7 study user-defined functions.
It is recommended that readers with no prior programming background spend extra time on Chapters 6 and 7. Several examples are provided to help readers understand the concepts of parameter passing and the scope of an identifier.
The earlier versions of C did not include the enumeration type. Enumeration types have very limited use; their main purpose is to make the program readable. This book is organized such that readers can skip the section on enumeration types during the first reading without experiencing any discontinuity, and then later go through this section.
Chapter 9 discusses arrays in detail. Chapter 10 introduces records structs. The introduction of structs in this book is similar to C structs.
This chapter is optional; it is not a prerequisite for any of the remaining chapters. Chapter 11 begins the study of object-oriented programming OOP and introduces classes. The first half of this chapter shows how classes are defined and used in a program.
The second half of the chapter introduces abstract data types ADTs. Chapter 12 continues with the fundamentals of object-oriented design OOD and OOP, and discusses inheritance and composition. Chapter 12 also discusses how to find the objects in a given problem. Chapter 13 studies pointers in detail. After introducing pointers and how to use them in a program, this chapter highlights the peculiarities of classes with pointer data members and how to avoid them. Moreover, this chapter also discusses how to create and work with dynamic two-dimensional arrays.
Chapter 13 also discusses abstract classes and a type of polymorphism accomplished via virtual functions. Chapter 14 specifically discusses two types of polymorphism overloading and templates. Chapter 15 discusses exception handling in detail. Chapter 16 introduces and discusses recursion. This is a stand-alone chapter, so it can be studied anytime after Chapter Chapters 17 and 18 are devoted to the study of data structures. Discussed in detail are linked lists in Chapter 17 and stacks and queues in Chapter The programming code developed in these chapters is generic.
These chapters effectively use the fundamentals of OOD. Chapter 19 discusses various searching and sorting algorithms. In addition to showing how these algorithms work, it also provides relevant analysis and results concerning the performance of the algorithms. The algorithm analysis allows the user to decide which algorithm to use in a particular application. This chapter also includes several sorting algorithms. The instructor can decide which algorithms to cover.
Chapter 20 provides an introduction to binary trees. Various traversal algorithms, as well as the basic properties of binary trees, are discussed and illustrated. Special binary trees, called binary search trees, are introduced. Searching, as well as item insertion and deletion from a binary search tree, are described and illustrated. Chapter 20 also discusses nonrecursive binary tree traversal algorithms.
Furthermore, to enhance the flexibility of traversal algorithms, it shows how to construct and pass functions as parameters to other functions. This chapter also discusses AVL. Due to text length considerations, discussion on AVL trees is provided as a separate section and is available on the Web site accompanying this book.
Graph algorithms are discussed in Chapter After introducing the basic graph theory terminology, the representation of graphs in computer memory is discussed. This chapter also discusses graph traversal algorithms, the shortest path algorithm, and the minimal spanning tree algorithm.
Topological sort is also discussed in this chapter and is available on the Web site accompanying this book. Chapter 22 describes the STL in detail. After introducing the three basic components of the STL, it shows how sequence containers are used in a program. Special containers, such as stack and queue, are also discussed. The latter half of this chapter shows how various STL algorithms can be used in a program.
This chapter is fairly long; depending on the availability of time, the instructor can at least cover the sequence containers, iterators, the classes stack and queue, and certain algorithms. Appendix E has three objectives. First, we discuss how to convert a number from decimal to binary and binary to decimal.
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