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Programming Oldies But Goodies

Collection by: R.G. (Dick) Baldwin. E-mail the author

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Summary: Over the years, I have published a large number of tutorials in the areas of computer programming and DSP. As I have the time to do so, I am converting the more significant of those tutorials into cnxml code and re-publishing them at cnx.org. In the meantime, this collection, which is a work in process, gathers many of the tutorials in their original HTML format into a common location to make them readily available for Connexions users. The good news is that the tutorials will be readily available in their original HTML format. The bad news is that they cannot be downloaded from cnx.org in PDF format. However, you can download the original HTML files along with image files and other support files in the cnx offline.zip format. I hope you find them useful.

Institution: Austin Community College

This collection contains: Modules by: R.G. (Dick) Baldwin.

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