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### IS 51 Final Study Guide

Course: IS 51, Spring 2007
School: CSU Fresno
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Cycle Program Development Problem definition o Understand and define the problem o Involves determining the programs requirements and how they can be met Program Design o Carefully determine the steps the program has to go through Design the overall structure of the code Develop the procedure o Algorithm Flowchart Pseudocode o Does not involve writing instructions for the program o Choose the interface Program...

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CSU Fresno - IS - 51
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