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Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving with PASCAL Hardcover – 12 Apr 1978

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One of the excellent books I read... Unfortunately outdated. 18 July 1999
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This book and the other one on Advanced programming with Pascal are ideal for beginning computer science students to learn programming fundamentals and data structures. Needless to say, this book is outdated, but then, how many languages are "current" after two years? If you want the plain basics, get this book. If not, go for those monster 2000 page java books... Pascal is beautiful as simple things are.
How to program, not just in pascal. Still relevant today. 17 Feb. 2015
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Found some old pascal programs I wrote in 1986 - couldn't decypher them anymore. Wish I'd had this book when I was learning - very thorough, good progression form topic to topic, goes into a lot about how to program, more so than just pascal specifics. Teaches how to think through a project. You might find the debugging tip of 'check your card stack' to be a little out of date - but amusing.
Very nice intriduction to Pascal and problem solving 24 Feb. 2012
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This was a text book in 80s in computer science curriculum. The concepts described therein are still relevant today and Pascal is a beautiful language. The authors explain concepts in a systematic manner with pseudo code and real Pascal code in great detail.
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