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Software Development for Engineers

C/C++, Pascal, Assembly, Visual Basic, HTML, Java Script, Java DOS, Windows NT, UNIX

Specialisation in software has become a thing of the past. With the move towards graphical user interface programming, engineers must have a sound knowledge of several programming languages and for the first time most of the main technical languages are introduced in a single volume.All the example programs included relate to real life applications to provide a long needed reference that students will find invaluable throughout their studies, and a definitive guide for professional developers requiring an insight into other languages. Using C++ and Pascal to provide a basic grounding in software development the author then goes on to introduce more advanced concepts such as object-orientated design through the development of C++. Sections on Visual Basic and 80X86 Assembly Language follow before Java, Windows, NT and DOS are introduced, finishing with an overview of the UNIX system.

Audience
Undergraduate engineers of all disciplines, in particular electrical and electronic engineers.

Paperback, 674 Pages

Published: September 1997

Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann

ISBN: 978-0-340-70014-3

Contents

  • Preface * Part A: C*Pascal * Introduction * Input*Output * Selection statements * Repetitive statements * Functions * Parameter passing * Arrays * Strings * File I*O * Structures and records * Part B: C++ * Introduction to C++ * C++ classes * Part C: Assembly language * Introduction * Computer architecture * 8088*86 instructions * 8086 interfacing and timing * 8086 interrupts * Part D: Visual Basic * Introduction * Visual basic language * Forms * Menus and dialog boxes * Events * Graphics * Part E: JavaScript*Java * HTML (introduction) * Further HTML * JavaScript * Java (introduction) * Java (extended functions) * Part F: DOS * Introduction * DOS file system*editor * Part G: Windows 3.x * Introduction * Windows 3 (file management) * Part H: Windows 95*NT * Extra windows * Part I: Introduction to UNIX * UNIX commands * Editing and text processing * CSH (C shell).

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