Learn to Think Like a Programmer

Completely updated for the latest version of C++, this book offers a comprehensive introduction to programming, assuming no prior knowledge of the subject. It is designed for individuals eager to learn C++ from scratch, providing a strong foundation in Algorithmic Thinking—the fundamental skill every aspiring programmer must acquire. Algorithmic Thinking encompasses more than just writing code; it entails mastering the art of problem-solving through coding.

This edition retains all the popular features of its predecessor while introducing a wealth of new exercises, along with extensive revisions and updates. Furthermore, brand-new chapters offer a practical introduction to working with text files.

Structured for both classroom use and independent study, each chapter is concluded with a set of questions and exercises designed to reinforce your understanding and apply what you’ve learned. With approximately 250 solved and 480 unsolved exercises, 500 true/false questions, 150 multiple-choice questions, and 200 review questions and crosswords (with solutions and answers available online), this book is ideal for:

  • Novices or intermediate-level programmers pursuing self-study
  • High school students
  • First-years college or university students
  • Educators
  • Professors
  • Anyone who wants to start learning or teaching computer programming using the best practices and techniques
  • Paperback
  • Kindle (*)

(*) Tested on amazon Kindle e-reader (8th Generation), Kindle for PC and Kindle for Android. It looks quite messy on Kindle Cloud Reader.  If you encounter any problem on your device send me a message, including your e-reader’s model and any screenshots or photos (if possible).

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