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Fundamentals of Programming: With Object Orientated Programming

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Fundamentals of Programming: With Object Orientated Programming
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Number of pages: 358

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Written for students who are preparing for their first computer programming language class. The topics are presented in an easy to understand fashion with special emphasis on understanding the fundamental concepts necessary to develop quality software programs.

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