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How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Good visual representation ?

 
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How to think like a computer scientist does it have good visual representations that enchance the reader?
 
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Think Java has a total of 42 figures (about 2-3 per chapter), so there's not too many but they do enhance the text. The book focuses more on providing code examples, introducing vocabulary, and working through problems.
 
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Chris Mayfield wrote:Think Java has a total of 42 figures (about 2-3 per chapter), so there's not too many but they do enhance the text. The book focuses more on providing code examples, introducing vocabulary, and working through problems.

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