Introduction to Computer Science
A computer program is a set of statements that is used to create an output, such as a screen
display, a printed report, a set of data records, or a calculated set of numbers.
Most programs involve statements that are executed in sequence.
A program is written using the statements of a programming language....
Famous First Bubbles: The Fundamentals of Early Manias The jargon of economics and finance contains numerous colorful terms for market-asset prices at odds with any reasonable economic explanation. Examples include "bubble," "tulipmania," "chain letter," "Ponzi scheme," "panic," "crash," "herding," and "irrational...
Game Coding Complete, Third Edition
I had been playing the Ultima series of games by Richard Garriott since I was in high school, and I was a die-hard fan. Every game he published, I played all the way through, from Ultima I on the Apple ][ to Ultima V on the IBM PC. Ultima VI came out right as I graduated from college, and I noticed that the contact information for Origin...
Solaris 8: The Complete Reference Clients often ask why we choose Solaris as an operating environment. Is it a decision based on price? Is it an attraction to the latest gizmo features, each with its own four-letter acronym? Do we have a cozy arrangement with Sun Microsystems to promote their operating system? The answer to each of these questions is no, no, NO!
Flash Mobile: Developing Android and iOS Applications (Visualizing the Web)
Change: It’s what we expect from technology, from the PC to
the web, through to HD TV. But nothing has been as disruptive
as the change the iPhone and Android phones have brought.
For the first time the power of a computer will fit in your hand,
you are always connected to the Internet, and these devices are
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