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How To Design Programs An Introduction To Programming and Computing (M. Felleisen, et al)

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How To Design Programs An Introduction To Programming and Computing (M. Felleisen, et al)

How To Design Programs An Introduction To Programming and Computing (M. Felleisen, et al)

The main focus of this book is the design process that leads from problem statements to well-organized solutions; it deemphasizes the study of programming language details, algorithmic minutiae, and specific application domains. It covers the following topics: Processing Simple Forms of Data, Processing Arbitrarily Large Data, Abstracting Designs, Generative Recursion, Accumulating Knowledge, Changing the State of Variables, Changing Compound Values.

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