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An Introduction to Matlab - Krister Ahlersten
Matlab is one of the most popular programs for quantitative analysis.
This book introduces you to the basics of Matlab without requiring any previous experience of programming.Through a series of easily followed examples, the book builds your knowledge step-by-step so that, at the end, you will master all the fundamentals of the program.
Topics include how to import data, mathematical operations, graphics, and programming. Special attention has been given to debugging techniques and how to find further help. Examples include linear regressions, solving equations, and numerical integration.

Introduction to programming and the C# language - Poul Klausen
The book is a practical basic introduction to programming and C# that introduces basic principles of object-oriented programming and also deals with the C# programming language through a collection of simple examples. The goal is to provide the basic knowledge needed to develop complete applications and to move on to more specialized topics in programming. In addition to the basic concepts the book also deals with collection classes, and files with emphasis on object serializing. The book concludes with two slightly larger examples, which deal with the books many concepts in a larger context.

Introduction: Visual BASIC 6.0. - Gary Haggard , Wade Hutchison , Christy Shibata
"Introduction to Programming in Visual BASIC 6.0" gives a careful and accessible introduction to programming in BASIC for the student wanting to understand what programming is all about and what programs like Excel are doing.
The text starts with simple output and proceeds to explain input, computer arithmetic, and decision making as the first tools for programming. When looping is introduced, some simple random number and computer graphics programming examples are studied. The last chapter introduces arrays to show the power of being able to reuse data items when new information is computed.
Students are helped in the learning process with frequent "On Your Own" text that helps students think about what has been introduced. All the syntax used is set apart in boxes to focus attention on the format that is required. "Putting It All Together" comprises a set of exercises at the end of each chapter. A web site will be maintained for answering questions and providing updates.
All the programming examples have been tested and run as written. The technical environment needed to execute a program is given as a few simple lines of code to enter into the code window as a kind of packaging for the programs the students will write. This approach works very well and gets the students programming very quickly.

Structured Programming with C++ - Kjell Bäckman
Structured Programming with C++ is intended as course material for the course Structured Programming with C/C++ at university level. It can also be used as self-learning material.
Each chapter contains theoretical parts and programming examples. At the end of each chapter there is a bunch of exercises for your practice. At the end of the book you will find solutions to the exercises.
The purpose of the book is primarily to teach how to ”think programming” and secondarily to teach C++ code. Therefore, I will emphasize how to focus on the problem solution and prepare the coding