For introductory courses in object-oriented programming using Python. With its straightforward syntax and more consistent semantics, Python is developing a solid following among instructors of basic programming. This text presents a balanced and flexible approach to the incorporation of object-oriented principles in introductory courses using Python, providing a solid framework for the development of computer software. Supplements Include: * For Instructors: Power Point Lecture Slides and Solutions Manual* For Students: Source Code for Examples in text, and Custom CS1 Software to accompany the text. Please go to www.prenhall.com/goldwasser To view downloadable files, click on the Resources tab above.About the Author:
Drs. Goldwasser and Letscher are on the Faculty in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Saint Louis University. Both are active in teaching the introductory computer science course for which this book was designed. They have described the development of this material at the premier national and international conferences on Computer Science education. Dr. Goldwasser received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at Stanford University in 1997, and has taught courses at Stanford University, Princeton University, Loyola University of Chicago, and Colorado College before joining Saint Louis University. His research interests center around the design and analysis of algorithms. Dr. Letscher received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Michigan in 1997, and has taught courses in mathematics and computer science at the University of California San Diego, Oklahoma State University, and the American Institute of Mathematics before joining Saint Louis University. His primary research interests center around computational topology.
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Descripción Prentice Hall, 2007. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Preface ii I Fundamental Topics 1 1 Cornerstones of Computing 3 1.1 Data and Types 1.2 Operations, Functions and Algorithms 1.3 High-Level Programming Languages 1.4 The Object-oriented Paradigm 1.4.1 Objects and Classes 1.4.2 The Design of a Television Class 1.4.3 The Design of a Student Registration System 1.4.4 Class Hierarchies and Inheritance 1.5 Design and Modeling 1.6 Chapter Review 1.6.1 Key Points 1.6.2 Glossary 1.6.3 Exercises 2 Getting Started in Python 31 2.1 The Python Interpreter 2.2 Using Objects: ThelistClass 2.2.1 Constructing and Naming Instances 2.2.2 Calling Methods 2.2.3 Return Values 2.2.4 Constructing Lists 2.2.5 Operators 2.2.6 Additional Behaviors 2.3 Other Sequence Classes:strandtuple 2.3.1 Character Strings 2.3.2 ThetupleClass 2.4 Numeric Types:int,longandfloat 2.5 Type Conversions 2.6 Calling Functions 2.7 Python Modules 2.8 Expressions 2.8.1 Precedence 2.8.2 Boolean Expressions and theboolClass 2.8.3 Calling Functions from Within Expressions 2.9 Using a File for Source Code vi Contentsvii 2.9.1 Producing Output 2.9.2 Receiving Input 2.9.3 Executing the Program 2.9.4 Leaving Comments in Source Code 2.10 Case Study: Strings and Lists 2.11 Chapter Review 2.11.1 Key Points 2.11.2 Glossary <P style="MARGIN: 0px" align=left tex. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0136150314
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