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from what language did C++ originate? what’s input, output device? what’s main memory, memory location, memory address? what’s a program, data? what’s natural language, high-level language, machine language what’s compiler, linker, library? what’s source/object/executable code? Computer Terms Review
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The Fundamentals of C++ First programs Development Environment
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Program structure First programs hello, world calculating the area of a rectangle Eclipse Subversion Program Organization
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Program written in human-readable from is called source program - extension - .cpp (helloworld.cpp) compiler is applied to the source program to translate it into form machine understands - we use g++ (GNU C++ compiler) compiler may produce either object code - direct translation of the source program - extension o. (helloworld.o) compiler (actually linker) adds all other necessary parts for the program to run on a computer and produces executable code (a.out or any name you like) specially produced executables can be traced (more on that later) Programming Cycle
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