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  • Author:
    Robert L. Holliday,Lowell A. Carmony
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This book should enable students to learn the fundamentals of computer science and problem solving while they gain valuable experience with the most current versions of Turbo Pascal.

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We have developed an introductory computer science course, much as calculus is a basic course for mathematics and the physical sciences, concerned primarily with theoretical foundations and methodology rather than apprenticeship through applications

We have developed an introductory computer science course, much as calculus is a basic course for mathematics and the physical sciences, concerned primarily with theoretical foundations and methodology rather than apprenticeship through applications.

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Today we're going to talk about a fundamental part of all modern computers. Fairchild was the first to prototype an ALU, building the Fairchild 4711 in 1968 - a one-off device not optimized for scale manufacturing. In 1969, Signetics came out with the 8260, which they marketed in a very limited sense (it was attached, AFAICT, to one particular computer, the Data General SUPERNOVA). TI follows afterwards (March 1970) with the 74181, coupled with the 9341 from Fairchild.

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Turbo Pascal, and the later but similar Turbo C, made Borland a leader in PC-based development.

This book should enable students to learn the fundamentals of computer science and problem solving while they gain valuable experience with the most current versions of Turbo Pascal. Carmony and Holliday's approach emphasizes a strong foundation in modern software design principles such as top-down design and pseudo-coding before actual implementation in Pascal.