CMP Ch.1 - useful to the user 3 System A Multiuser Multitasking System B Single User Multitasking System C Single User Singletasking 4 They are

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Keary Hoffman Ch.1 Fill in Blank 1. Programmable 2. CPU 3. Control Unit and Arithmetic and Logic Unit. 4. Disk Drive 5. Operating System and Application Software. 6. Instructions 7. Machine Language 8. Programming 9. High Level 10. Low Level 11. Portability 12. Keywords 13. Programmer-Defined Identifiers 14. Operators 15. Punctuation 16. Syntax 17. Variable 18. Defined 19. Input, Processing, and Output 20. Input 21. Processing 22. Hierarchy chart Short Answer
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1. The computers main memory is a device that holds information known as RAM. RAM holds the sequences of instructions in the programs that are running and data those programs are using 2. Operating system is a set of programs that manages the computer’s hardware devices and controls their processes. Application software refers to programs that make the computer
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Unformatted text preview: useful to the user. 3. System A: Multiuser, Multitasking. System B: Single User, Multitasking. System C: Single User, Singletasking 4. They are written like this, so we can understand them easily, before it turns in a high complex language. 5. High-Level language is easiest language for people to learn, because it is closer to level of human readability 6. Object code is translated machine language instructions. Executable files contains machine language instructions and is ready to run on computer. 7. Syntax your code maybe mistakenly written or missing operators that can’t be executed by complier. And Logical is mistakes caused by the program. Predict the Result 33. 7 Would be displayed 34. 28 would be displayed...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2010 for the course CMPSC 121 taught by Professor Crawford,georgew during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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CMP Ch.1 - useful to the user 3 System A Multiuser Multitasking System B Single User Multitasking System C Single User Singletasking 4 They are

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