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A bit about the computer

A bit about the computer

A bit about the computer Bits, bytes, memory and so on Some of this material can be found in Discovering Computers 2000 (Shelly, Cashman and Vermaat) 3.11-3.13 and the appendix A.1-A.4. A computer is a person or thing that computes

By adamdaniel
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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Introduction to Programming in C. Program 6 - Solution. int main() { int i, n, d; /* Counter, number of days in month, number in week */ printf("Enter the number of days in the month:"); scanf("%d" , &n);

By Audrey
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CS4710

CS4710

CS4710 Why Progam? Why learn to program? Utility of programming skills: understand tools modify tools create your own automate repetitive tasks automate system tasks renaming files searching entire directories perform simulations Paradigms of programming imperative Perl Fortran C

By RoyLauris
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CS271 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING

CS271 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING

CS271 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING. Class hour: 9:30-10:45 am TR. Hyer Hall Room 210. Course Objectives . Identify the major component of a PC-based system, describe the steps involving in assembling, linking, and executing a program

By Renfred
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Basic Communication Concepts

Basic Communication Concepts

Basic Communication Concepts. Rong Wang Spring 2004. Recommended Reading. Chapter 3 of Data Communications: From Basics to Broadband , 3rd Edition by William J. Beyda (ISBN: 0-13-096139-6) . Review of Data Communication. What is Communication? What is Data Communication?

By liam
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Lecture 3

Lecture 3

Lecture 3. Geog5040: Using and adapting ArcGIS. ArcGIS Desktop - Spatial data - in, out and shake it all about!. Last week. Working with Coverages and command line. What IS ArcGIS ?. ArcWorkstation ArcGIS ArcCatalog ArcMap ArcToolbox. More detail on coverages

By karlyn
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Objectives

Objectives

Objectives. By the end of this lecture, students should be able to: explain the concepts of variables, operators, expressions, keywords give examples of operators and keywords give examples of variables of types int, double, char and boolean

By hannelore
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Character Strings

Character Strings

Character Strings. Programs need to manipulate more than numbers (integers) Character encoding EBCDIC ( E xtended B inary- C oded D ecimal I nterchange C ode ) ASCII ( A merican S tandard C ode for I nformation I nterchange ) 7bit -> 8bit (ISO-8859)

By cerelia
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CSE1301 Computer Programming Lecture 6: Components of a C Program (Part 2)

CSE1301 Computer Programming Lecture 6: Components of a C Program (Part 2)

CSE1301 Computer Programming Lecture 6: Components of a C Program (Part 2). Topics. Type Variables Keywords and Identifiers Assignments Constant Variables. Variable. Value. Type. The kind of a value is its “type” Not all values are of the same kind

By shelley
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Data Representation (in computer system)

Data Representation (in computer system)

Data Representation (in computer system). Computer Fundamental CIM2460 Bavy LI. 1 1 1 1 1. 0 0 0 0 0. Data Representation. How do computers represent data?. Most computers are digital Recognize only two discrete states: on or off

By vina
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Inside the CPU

Inside the CPU

Inside the CPU. CPU Processing, Cache Memory, Busses, & RAM. Binary Language. Computers work in binary language Consists of two numbers: 0 and 1 Everything a computer does is broken down into a series of 0s and 1s

By dian
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Computer Hardware

Computer Hardware

Computer Hardware. Objectives. Explain why most computers are digital Describe the role of the ALU List factors that affect performance Explain RAM Compare storage technologies Describe computer’s expansion bus Explain hardware compatibility considerations

By nau
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Why use Binary?

Why use Binary?

Why use Binary?. It is a two state system (on/off) which makes it simple to operate Even if degradation of current occurs (ie a slight drop in voltage) it will still be detected as a 1 There are only four rules for addition in binary compared to 100 in decimal [0+0=0 ; 0+1=1 ; 1+0=1; 1+1=10].

By caron
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Data Representation

Data Representation

Data Representation. Data Representation. Goal: Store numbers, characters, sets, database records in the computer. What we got: Circuit that stores 2 voltages, one for logic 0 (0 volts) and one for logic 1 (ex: 3.3 volts). DRAM – uses a single capacitor to store and a transistor to select.

By charlotte
(170 views)

Working with the Command- Line Interface

Working with the Command- Line Interface

Working with the Command- Line Interface. Chapter 14. Overview. In this chapter, you will learn to Explain the operation of the command-line interface Execute fundamental commands from the command line Manipulate files and folders from the command line. Historical/Conceptual.

By maree
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Programming exercises

Programming exercises

Programming exercises. ABE221 Automation Section. Agenda. How to develop programs in PicBasic Write your code (BasicAtom’s editor) Compile your code (using PBP and MPASM) Program your code into 18F458 Microcontroller (using MElabs programmer) Demo Good coding practices Lab exercises

By abie
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Exercise Two: Uploading an ASCII file to UHUNIX

Exercise Two: Uploading an ASCII file to UHUNIX

Exercise Two: Uploading an ASCII file to UHUNIX. Part 3: ASCII. donna Bair-Mundy. What is an ASCII file?. Language of diplomacy: French. What is an ASCII file (cont'd). Multi Mate. Word Perfect. Wordstar. Microsoft Word. A 01000001 B 01000010 C 01000011 D 01000100 E 01000101

By cordell
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Introduction to Computers and Programming

Introduction to Computers and Programming

Introduction to Computers and Programming. Professor Avi Rosenfeld. Administrative Details. Course home page is at www.cs.nyu.edu/courses/fall01/V22.0002-001/index.htm Syllabus is accessible from the home page There will be six homeworks, two midterms and a final

By clove
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Binary:

Binary:

Binary:. Binary basically means “twos”, two parts or two pieces. The binary system is also known as the base-2 system. The binary representation of any number has only two digits, 0 and 1. .

By kineks
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Technology ICT Option: Data Representation

Technology ICT Option: Data Representation

Technology ICT Option: Data Representation. Data Representation. In our everyday lives, we communicate with each other using analogue data . This data takes the form of: Sound Images Letters Numbers Colours etc.

By juliette
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