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A computer is an electronic machine that accepts data, stores and processes data into information. The computer is able to work because there are instructions in its memory directing it.

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Course Goals

Goal: Students should be able to develop an algorithm to solve a simple problem using Pseudo code and flow chart. Learning Objectives: Students should be able to

  • Know the computer basic terminology, computer components, how computer work
  • Use basic computer applications
  • Recognize programming as problem solving activity
  • Recognize three programming constructs
  • Label Pseudo code key words and flow chart notations
  • Develop an algorithm to compute a mathematical function
  • Develop an algorithm using selection constructs
  • Develop an algorithm using iteration constructs
  • Develop reusable code
  • Apply desk checking to test the correctness of an algorithm
  • Appreciate role of writing algorithm before writing code

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