With solutions developed using the language C, it presents four exercises to develop problem-solving skills - Practice! problems, Short-Answer problems, and Programming problems.
Some of the feedback I hear from new developers working on a programming problem revolves around uncertainty of where to start.
I once was asked to make a game like Hangman that I realized was “Evil Hangman” only after I read through the instructions (it was a trick! Sometimes I’ll even try explaining the problem to a friend and see if her understanding of my explanation matches the problem I am tasked with.
You don’t want to find out halfway through that you misunderstood the problem. The better you understand the problem, the easier it will be to solve it.
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Solutions to the problems are developed using the language C and the author's signature five-step problem solving process.
Since learning any new skill requires practice at a number of different levels of difficulty, four types of exercises are presented to develop problem-solving skills - Practice! problems, Short-Answer problems, and Programming problems. The author's clear and precise style creates a highly accessible and readable text for students of all levels.