Cover of: Beginning programming for dummies | Wally Wang

About the Book

Do you think the programmers who work at your office are magical wizards who hold special powers that manipulate your computer? Believe it or not, anyone can learn how to write programs, and it doesn’t take a higher math and science education to start.

Beginning Programming for Dummies shows you how computer programming works without all the technical details or hard programming language. It explores the common parts of every computer programming language and how to write for multiple platforms like Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux. This easily accessible guide provides you with the tools you need to:

Create programs and divide them into subprograms
Develop variables and use constants
Manipulate strings and convert them into numbers
Use an array as storage space
Reuse and rewrite code
Isolate data
Create a user interface
Write programs for the Internet
Utilize JavaScript and Java Applets

Edition Notes

Includes index.


Dewey Decimal Class 005.133

The Physical Object

Pagination xx, 384 p. :
Number of pages 384

ID Numbers

Open Library OL20867839M
Internet Archive beginningprogram00wang
ISBN 10 0764505963
LC Control Number 99064910
OCLC/WorldCat 42431132
Library Thing 593016
Goodreads 1411180

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