C Programming with Problem Solving
Jones and Harrow present programming concepts in the context of solving problems. Each chapter introduces a problem first, and then covers the C language elements needed to solve it. Students can see how a program is built from its simplest beginning to its final polished form. This book introduces beginning programming concepts using the C language. Each chapter introduces a problem to solve, and then covers the C language constructs necessary to solve the problem.Rather than presenting a series of polished, one-step solutions to programming problems, this text seeks to lead you through the process of analyzing problems and writing programs to solve them. This text is intended to be used in a one or two semester course covering introductory programming using C. No previous knowledge of mathematics or computer science is assumed, other than a familiarity with the mathematical notation used in a high-school algebra course.