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Unformatted text preview: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Memory Locations C++ (Source Program) Compiler Machine Language (Object Program) Linker + Libraries Final Program (Executable) Process of making a program Define Problem Algorithm Design Desktop Testing Testing Translating to C++ Working Program Start Program Design Process *Don’t just write your program straight to code; it is important to do planning and follow this procedure. Problem-Solving Phase Implementation Phase Summary Ch 1 – 2.2 Chapter 1.1 Computer Systems • Software is the programs used by the physical machines, or Hardware • Three Classes of computers: PC’s , Workstations , and Mainframes • Networks connect computers to share resources and information • Five classes of components: o Input Devices (Keyboard & Mouse) o Output Devices (Monitor, Printer, Speakers) o Processor (the “brain” of the computer) o Main Memory (RAM) o Secondary Memory (Hard Drives, Floppy Disks, CD’s) • Secondary Memory unlike primary memory can store information while the computer’s...
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- Fall '08
- Computer Programming, computer programmer, program design process, Program Memory Locations