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E7: Intro to Computer. . . Lecture 4: Logical Variables February 6, 2008
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Important to Know Order of precedence ( always from left to right ) Parantheses from the innermost pair Arithmetic operators ( ˆ , * ,/, + , - ) and logical NOT ( ) Relational operators ( <,< = ,>,> = , == , = ) Logical OR ( | , || ) Logical Exclusive OR (xor) Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 4: . . . – p.1/3
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Required Material: Chapter 4 Program Design and Development Relational Operators and Logical Variables
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Unformatted text preview: Logical Operators and Functions Conditional Statements Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 4: . . . – p.2/3 Algorithms Al-Khwarizmi , Persian astronomer and mathematician, wrote a treatise in Arabic in 825 AD, On Calculation with Hindu Numerals . It was translated into Latin in the 12th century as Algoritmi de numero Indorum , meaning [Book by] Algoritmus on the numbers of the Indians . Prof. T.W. Patzek’s E7 Lecture 4: . . . – p.3/3...
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2009 for the course E 7 taught by Professor Patzek during the Spring '08 term at Berkeley.

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