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Computer Fundamentals: Home
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.
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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Welcome to the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC). This catalog provides you bibliographic information of print books available in all campus libraries of the University and provides you the facility of 2 types of searches; basic search and advance search to find the exact book or list of books you required.
Important Features for Patrons
Easy access to information due to effective searching.
Alert messages for patron i.e. overdue items or arrival of new items.
Patron can suggest books for purchase through this system.
Patrons can check his circulation history and hold on desired books.
OPAC brings together library users and staff, as both can see various aspects of the system.