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Methods of Programming

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Paperback, 272 pages
Published January 1st 1988 by Addison Wesley Longman
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Mauricio Cap
The book you MUST read if you want to program in any language.
So you don't go shamefully changing values or debugging line by line because you can't understand even your own code, even just after you wrote it ...

(the title is "A Method of programming", as seen in the cover image)
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The book is meant as the text for an introductory programming course. As a relatively experienced programmer, I found the book full of great material that I can put to practical use. It does take some work to translate the programs from the imaginary language used in the book to something from the real world, but the concepts and techniques presented are much more easily applied.
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