Illustrated C Programming (ANSI)

Author: J. Emmett Beam
Publisher: Wordware
Category: Computers
Page: 430
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Beam explains the emerging ANSI standard of the C programming language, using examples to provide first-hand experience in entering code, compiling, and running powerful programs. Novices and experts alike will appreciate the logical explanations and clear format.

THE THREE C'S (Illustrated Edition)

The Book of Spells: Children's Fantasy Classic (The Wonderful Garden)
Author: Edith Nesbit
Publisher: Musaicum Books
ISBN: 8027221773
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 188
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When the Stanmore parents leave for India, their children, Charles, Caroline and Charlotte, go to their great uncle for a summer holiday in his old house. They find out that one of their ancestors was a witch, the uncle tells them about her lost magic book called The Language of Flowers, and the Three C's start looking for it willing to try different magical charms and spells. Edith Nesbit (1858-1924) was the author of world famous books for children - the tales of fantastical adventures, journeys back in time and travel to magical worlds.

Illustrated C# 7

The C# Language Presented Clearly, Concisely, and Visually
Author: Daniel Solis,Cal Schrotenboer
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1484232887
Category: Computers
Page: 799
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Get to work quickly with C# with a uniquely succinct and visual format used to present the C# 7.0 language. Whether you’re getting to grips with C# for the first time or working to deepen your understanding, you’ll find this book to be a clear and refreshing take on each aspect of the language. Figures are of prime importance in this book. While teaching programming seminars, Daniel Solis found that he could almost watch the light bulbs going on over the students’ heads as he drew the figures on the whiteboard. In this text, he has distilled each important concept into simple but accurate illustrations. For this latest edition, Dan is joined by fellow experienced teacher and programmer, Cal Schrotenboer, to bring you the very latest C# language features, along with an understanding of the frameworks it most often lives in: .NET and the new .NET Core. For something as intricate and precise as a programming language, there must be text as well as figures. But rather than long, wordy explanations, the authors use short, concise descriptions and bullet lists to make each important piece of information visually distinct and memorable. What You’ll Learn Start with an overview of C# programming and how the language works under the hood Put things in context with a little useful history of C# and .NET Know how .NET Core fits into the picture Understand how C# handles types Benefit from clear, concise explanations of each language feature, from classes and inheritance to enumerators and iterators, and the new C# 7.0 tuples Quickly access material via this book's visual introduction to asynchronous programming with C# Who This Book Is For Novice to intermediate C# programmers, and more experienced programmers moving to C# from other languages

The Illustrated Guide to Aerodynamics

Author: Hubert Smith
Publisher: N.A
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 337
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Explains how aerodynamic factors affect all aircraft in terms of lift, thrust, drag, in-air performance, stability, and control

Home VCR Repair Illustrated

Author: Richard C. Wilkins,Vicki Wilkins
Publisher: TAB/Electronics
ISBN: 9780070707696
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 615
View: 9225

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Tells how to diagnose and complete VCR repairs, and recommends routine maintenance procedures


An Illustrated History
Author: Geoffrey C. Ward,Ken Burns
Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Incorporated
ISBN: 0679765417
Category: Sports & Recreation
Page: 486
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A history of baseball explores the ways in which the it both influenced, and was influenced by, politics, racism, literature, and more

Ge Organogermanium Compounds

Part 4: Compounds with Germanium-Hydrogen Bonds
Author: John E. Drake,Christa Siebert
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3662063247
Category: Science
Page: 364
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The present volume in the organogermanium series describes mononuclear compounds containing only germanium-carbon and germanium-hydrogen bonds (Chapter 1.3). Germanium hydrides with other additional non-carbon ligands, such as halogen or oxygen bonded groups, appear in later chapters according to the Gmelin principle of the last posi tion. Compounds with Ge-H and Ge-O bonds have already been described in Volume 5, Section, pp. 50/62. The present volume covers the literature to the end of 1992 and includes many references up to 1994. The nomenclature recommended by IUPAC has been generally adhered to. However, compound names were largely avoided, as most of the compounds are presented in tables and are only identified by their formulas. Many of the data in the tables appear in abbreviated form without units; general explanations are given on pp. X/XI. The volume contains an empirical formula index (p. 327) and a ligand formula index (p.341). The editor wishes to express his gratitude to the former author, Professor J. E. Drake, and to Professor J. Satge for his kind advice and fruitful collaboration. Thanks are due also to Dr. A. R. Pebler for editing the English text and to Mr. H.-G. Karrenberg for drawing the numerous formulas and molecular structures.

Reader's Digest Illustrated Guide to Gardening

Author: N.A
Publisher: Readers Digest
ISBN: 9780895778291
Category: Gardening
Page: 672
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Providing guidance on a wide range of garden types from small backyard plots to country acreage, an in-depth reference offers straightforward information on such topics as plants, pest-control, fertilizer, and environmental awareness. 100,000 first printing.

Tall Ships of the World

An Illustrated Encyclopedia
Author: C. Keith Wilbur
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781564407481
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 87
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The Illustrated Living History series offers a close look at how Native Americans, explorers, and colonists lived their everyday lives in the America of the 16th-19th centuries. Each title in the series, especially created for grades 5 to 10, has been carefully researched for authentic detail and accurately illustrated to help young readers have fun discovering America's earliest history and development.


The Illustrated Anthology of World Myth & Storytelling
Author: C. Scott Littleton
Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers
ISBN: 9781903296370
Category: Mythology
Page: 688
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The ultimate family encyclopedia, with more than 300 myths from around the globe. Myths are a timeless expression of the imagination, created to help us make sense of the world. They movingly express the forces that have shaped our experiences across the centuries. Mythology is a lively, comprehensive anthology with looks at each major myth-making culture in turn, from Greece, Egypt and Rome to Africa, China and Oceania. The stories bring to life many fascinating themes including the creation of the Universe, the seasons, gods and goddesses, heroes, animals, the afterlife, natural features, sacrifice and how the first people came into the world.

Pirates & Patriots of the Revolution

Author: C. Keith Wilbur
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762774606
Category: History
Page: 96
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Discover the how 2,000 privately armed Yankee vessels captured 16 British warships and almost 3,000 merchantmen during the Revolution.

Getting Started in Stock Analysis, Illustrated Edition

Author: Michael C. Thomsett
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119019524
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 384
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Robust analysis shows a more complete picture of market behavior Getting Started in Stock Analysis is an exciting visual guide to both technical and fundamental analysis for the private investor. Rather than addressing the benefits of fundamental or technical analysis, author and trader Michael C. Thomsett draws upon three decades' experience in the stock market to demonstrate why traders need to employ both. Readers will learn how both methods are different aspects of the same cause and effect within the market, and how exploiting one method at the expense of the other results in an incomplete picture of the true market behavior. Coverage includes a full explanation of the range of indicators necessary to create a working system of analysis that anyone can perform on their own, helping long- and short-term investors alike improve selection and confirm investment decisions. Charts of actual listed companies demonstrate how these techniques are applied in a real trading environment. Investors and traders are constantly seeking the "magic bullet" for identifying profitable trades and timing both entry and exit. Since the 1940s, the average holding period has fallen from eight years to eight weeks – making fundamental and technical analysis more challenging. This book describes how combining these approaches can compensate for the modern market environment to produce a more accurate – and profitable – analysis. Choose better stocks and other securities Improve entry and exit while managing risk Develop more robust analysis skills Blend fundamental and technical analysis techniques The reduced cost of trading, ease of access via the Internet, and changes in the overall culture of the stock market have increased the pace and volume of trading more than ever before. In this environment, sharp analysis becomes ever more critical. Getting Started in Stock Analysis is the visual guide to more confident investing.