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01/09/2018 COSC-1337 Study Guide 01 1. What is an algorithm? procedure or formula for solving a problem 2. Explain the difference between high-level and low-level programming languages low level is machine dependent 3. Name the four steps to define what a program is to do Purpose Input Process Output 4. Create a hello world program (including header files) #include<iostream> Using namespace std; Int main(){ Cout << “Helloworld”; } 5. Name five escape sequences (symbol and name) \n newline \t horizontal tab \v vertical tab \a alarm \b backspace 6. Define a constant variable with the value of 3.1416 const float x = 3.1416; 7. What is the scope of a variable?
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