CSE110FinalLectureI - Fall 2009 Course Summary Real World Data Processing Requirements Real world data representation and manipulation requirements

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Real World Data Processing Requirements Real world data representation and manipulation requirements Eg: document management, embedded software, web applications Programming Language Constructs Thousands of programming languages have been evolved. Java is one such language that allows us to solve real world problems using computers
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Janaka Balasooriya CSE 110, Arizona State University Problem Analysis Algorithm and Design Implementation/ Coding Compilation/Buil ding Execute (Run) the Program Problem Solving Process Analysis: inputs, outputs, and the data processing requirements Algorithms/Design: pseudo code, flowchart Implementation: Java constructs (generate a .cpp file called the source program) Compilation: make the executable code Execute the program: error free execution gives the correct result. Otherwise go back to implementation, design, or problem analysis and solve the problem.
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The Java Programming Language Data Representation Data Manipulation 5. Using
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2010 for the course MATHEMATIC 242 taught by Professor Heckman during the Spring '10 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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CSE110FinalLectureI - Fall 2009 Course Summary Real World Data Processing Requirements Real world data representation and manipulation requirements

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