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C for Engineers and Scientists

An Introduction to Programming With ANSI C

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Book Details:

Publisher:Thomson Learning
Series: MIX
Author:Gary J. Bronson
Edition:1
ISBN-10:0314008160
ISBN-13:9780314008169
Pages:643
Published:Jan 31 1993
Posted:Nov 19 2014
Language:English
Book format:PDF
Book size:27.11 MB

Book Description:

This text introduces the C programming language using a range of engineering and science applications in the examples and exercises. The book assumes no programming experience and is suitable for an introduction to programming course (using C instead of Fortran or Pascal). Structured programming principles are introduced early and used throughout. The text includes clear explanations and many example programs (using ANSI C) show C as a powerful tool in engineering and science applications. It also includes exercises after each section, common programming error sections, and chapter summaries.

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