File Size: 7844 KB
Print Length: 512 pages
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Publisher: Pearson; 9 edition (April 13, 2011)
Publication Date: April 13, 2011
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The concepts in this book are hard to follow the way the authors write them. My class has been told that many of the references and terms used in this book are inaccurate or out-dated.The worst thing about this book, however, was the index! When you try to use the index to find a topic, you have to go to the page sited and then go forward X number of pages until you actually find the topic you were originally looking for!Textbooks are expensive enough, but to have to purchase one that has an index that doesn't sync with the text?!I could not bring myself to sell this textbook used to someone, it would just perpetuate the crime.
Class is actually pretty fun but this book is awful. nothing is like like what it is in the real world. This book has horrible diagrams and you must count on your teacher to explain everything. I couldnt figure out anything for myself because of these freakin hieroglyphics.
This is a textbook for a course I teach and, honestly, I don't care if my students buy it or not.It actually says things like: static, needing an object to reference it. This is, arguably, wrong. It doesn't and only confuses them on this and a number of other points.Dislike it immensely.
I have never seen such uninformative textbook. while it has many "tips" it is worthless to anyone just starting programming in any language.
Received just as it was listed, no complaints. Very happy.