A Day in Code (Sundae Electronics LLC)
Monday, 21 December 2020

This short book for children uses illustrations to tell a story written in the C programming language. From the beach to the bowling alley, Shari Eskenas and Ana Quintero Villafraz cover fundamental programming concepts while describing real life situations in simple C programs. Each C program is presented next to a full-page illustration that depicts the fun event described in the code.



Author: Shari Eskenas and Ana Quintero Villafraz
Publisher: Sundae Electronics LLC
Date: November 2020
Pages:  34
ISBN: 978-1735907918
Print: 173590791X
Kindle: B08LG7DW4C
Audience: Children
Level: Introductory


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