e-Book Sams Teach Yourself Beginning Programming in 24 Hours download

e-Book Sams Teach Yourself Beginning Programming in 24 Hours download

by Greg M. Perry

ISBN: 0672313553
ISBN13: 978-0672313554
Language: English
Publisher: Sams; 1 edition (September 16, 1998)
Pages: 512
Category: Programming
Subategory: Technologies

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Rating: 4.3
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The book begins with the absolute basics of programming: Why program? What tools to use? .

He has authored bestselling books that include Sams Teach Yourself Office XP in 24 Hours, Absolute Beginner's Guide to C, Teach Yourself Visual Basic 6 in 21 Days, and Sams Teach Yourself Windows XP in 24 Hours. He has written about rental-property management and loves to travel.

Can This Book Really Teach Programming in 24 Hours? In a word, yes. You can master each chapter in one hour . Conventions Used in This Book This book uses several common conventions to help teach programming topics. You can master each chapter in one hour or less. By the way, chapters are referred to as hours in the rest of this book. The material is balanced with mountains of shortcuts and methods that will make your hours productive and hone your programming skills more and more with each hour. Here is a summary of those typographical conventions:, Commands and computer output appear in a special monospaced computer font. Words you type also appear in the monospaced computer font.

This revision of Sams' most successful beginning programming book introduces programming concepts in a friendly, non-threatening manner.

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The book begins with the absolute basics of programming: Why program? What tools to use? .

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Teach Yourself in 24hr. Recently I decided to learn programming. This book was like an answer to my prayers

Teach Yourself in 24hr. This book was like an answer to my prayers. It came with a CD-Rom that includes shorthand versions of BASIC, Java, HTML, and I think another one? I started reading it and literally within one hour, I had written a very basic program in Liberty Basic. Naturally I had to mess with it, to make sure that I really was doing something, and was pleased to be able to change things around. So the software is the real thing, without having to spend a whole lot, and this book is a full package.

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Start by marking Sams Teach Yourself Beginning Programming in 24 Hours as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Starts out with really easy stuff then starts telling you about how to program in Java instead of continuing with generic information. Sep 04, 2012 Joshua rated it liked it. I don't consider myself a programmer, just a good sysop. I think this book was to basic for me need something a little deeper.

Greg Perry, Dean Miller. Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, each lesson in this carefully crafted tutorial builds upon the previous one, allowing you to learn all the essentials of programming from the ground up.

An easy-to-follow tutorial in the fundamentals of computer programming offers instruction and self-assessment exercises in QBasic, C++, Visual Basic, Internet programming languages, macro and batch languages, and more. Original. (Beginner).
I decided that I wanted to program...and I wanted to program in C++ no less!I wanted a specific program designed and produced and was going to write it myself. Colleagues of mine had done the same using visual Basic, why not I?
My wife is an MCSE and a programmer in C++ among other languages.. She suggested this book after looking through it at a bookshop. She said that there was more to programming than just writing a program...it was necessary to understand certain basic concepts first..concepts like program design, coding, maintenance etc. I was enthused with all the Programming in " 24hrs, 21 days..etc" books that I had bought. They just jumped right in and I followed,did as I was told and there it was ...My first program in C++..it didn't do much but "Hello World" did look good on the Win 2000 screen. My wife smiled...do you understand what you did, how you got there she asked? Can you write a proper program?
[Proper? It works]I thought but I admitted that I didn't and couldn't. I had copied code, run it on a compiler and the program appeared. Hmm...maybe there was more to it than this..
I decided to give this book a go even though I wanted to write programs NOW! SO I reluctantly took it up...WHAT no CD? Didn't look good...
I stated reading.I couldn't stop..there WAS more to programming than copying and pasting code in from a book or CD..
The author discussed code design, coding, logic , program design, maintenace, distribution, managemnet, company functions different languages, BASIC, QBASIC< VISUAL BASIC< FORTRAN<C<C++<JAVA hmm....three days later I was esctatic! YES!! I understood what I needed to do and why I was doing it. The need for clarity of thought and design. Logic errors and syntax errors...
I approched my C++ books differently now. What I know is that this book is a MUST for every beginner Programmer. Temper your enthusiasm and learn good practices and a basic foundation here first THEN go learn what ever language that you want.
An excellent book, easy to read, logically set out. I went to the computer once to try out the qbasic compiler . It worked as expected. Rest assured you need to understand basic general concepts first..then your programming will be logical, clean, well documented and without 'spaghetti code'.

This is one of the most well known books out there for true programming newbies, but it falls short in several aspects. The first three chapters of the book teach you little about getting started with programming and spend much time focusing on discussing aspects of how programs and programmers are used in a business environment. While that is mildly helpful, it turns off the larger potential of students who just want to dive into programming and start making simple programs. The book also shifts from one computer language to another in various chapters (like BASIC to Java), so while it helps to give an overview, it fails to build up a tool box in just one language which the new programmer can then take into the next language they learn.

Having said that, my advice to completely new students who know no math (beyond basic pre-algebra from middle school) and no computer programming is to:

1 - Grab a free copy of the Basic 256 program (use internet search engines to find the main website of Basic 256) (you can run this on Windows, Macs or Linux)
2 - Grab a copy of the free BASIC book (in pdf format) from James M Reneau entitled "So, you want to learn to program ?' (once again, use a major search engine and you can locate this free PDF book very quickly)
(an average intelligence high schooler can complete this book in one to two months and it starts off the bat with nothing but simple, simple programming)
3 - This will give you a very, very good grasp of one language (BASIC) in detail which is much more beneficial than the shotgun approach of the SAMs book)

Some modern day instructors eschew BASIC, but the fundamental tenets of BASIC will be seen again and again in every programming language learned later. After completing the free Basic book , I recommend moving into C++ as the learner's next language (even if the eventual goal is to work with Java, Pearl, etc..). C++ simply shows up in too many applications and processes for it to be ignored, and knowledge there is the critical backbone towards object oriented programming that makes up most modern programming today. From there, you will be well on your way to a solid foundation in understanding programming.

Sam's is a good publisher for the beginner. They allow access to the sample code by CD and/or website.
They clearly write code examples in a decent font. This is important as there is a big difference between a ';' sign and a ':' sign.
On the part about JAVA they could help the reader a lot with a few screenshots of the FORTE compiler. You get a different screen if you try a "new" file from the Welcome screen or if you try it from the utility.

But what is maddening is the books by Sam's seem to go straight to press with NO proofreading. There are multiple typos in the code examples. You waste hours trying these things before noticing the book doesn't match the CD example. Even then Hour 12 for example yields a window full of error lines after supposedly compiling as OK. "Give JAVA a Spin" portion in Hour 12 just sticks in the mud, spinning its wheels!

I am not a system administrator so the FORTE compiler's broken debugger makes the JAVA section of the book a nightmare. I have no idea how to change the path of FORTE compiler features so I don't get these socket errors etc.

There is no appendix for key words (reserved words) so make your own list as you go.

The bad news is there are worse texts out there that are not at all for beginners. If Sam's would fix the errors or just re-read the code and try their own examples they could make a good text. I doubt anything is corrected in the 3rd edition.

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