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Books with lotsa Pseudo code

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phreakypat

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Oct 6, 2002
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San Fran Bay Area
Hi. Before I go out and waste $76.00 US on an Intel x86 Assembly book
can anyone offer last minute suggestions on C/C++ and even x86 or
possibly other architectures books with Pseudo codes?
Why pseudo codes?
I don't know about you, but I wish all programming teachers teach in Pseudo code then have the students write an equivalent code for the specific
language. In addition I find Pseudo code a lot more intuitive, at least
in the very beginning, compared to getting lost trying to figure out
the various functions, calls, program structure...
 

Krieger

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Jan 31, 2002
Location
North of Boston, MA
It's also funny that you can convert it into really useful comments. Umm I can say I've seen anything other than a fuzzy logic book that had Pseudo code in it. None of my books have ever used it to my knowledge.