Computer programming is the craft of writing useful, maintainable, and extensible source code which can be interpreted or compiled by a computing system to perform a meaningful task. Programming a computer can be performed in one of the numerous languages, ranging from a higher-level language to writing directly in low-level machine code (that is, code that more directly controls the specifics of the computer’s hardware) all the way down to writing microcode (which does directly control the electronics in the computer).
Computer programming is one part of a much larger discipline known as software engineering, which includes several different aspects of making software including design, construction, and quality control. The subject of this book is software construction, that is, programming. Computer programming is also a useful skill (though not always necessary) for people who are interested in computer science. Whereas software engineering is interested specifically in making software, computer science tends to be oriented towards more theoretical or mathematical problems.
The following is a collection of computer programming book collections we have