Fundamentals of Programming Chapter 1 Questions

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Fundamentals of Programming Independent Study Chapter 1 Justin D. Ross 1) The difference between computer hardware and software is that the hardware is the actual physical components of the computer whereas the software is the instructions that are used to tell the hardware what processes to perform. 2) The basic functions of many programs are input, processing, and output. 3) Match a) 2 b) 4 c) 7 d) 3 e) 6 f) 1 g) 5 4) An event is initiated by the user. This causes the program to process the event according to the user’s actions and the programs instructions. a) Clicking the mouse on a button and updating personal information in a textbox are both event driven.
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5) The difference between input and output operations is basically how the information is handled. Input operations are events were user’s either type, load photos, scan objects, etcetera. Information is being put into the computer. An output operation takes the data that the user has provided and presents it to them in a useful way.
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