Lecture42 - This course uses a bottom-up approach to teach...

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1 Computer Programming I TA C162 . 26 Apr 2006 Scope and Objective of the Course This course uses a bottom-up approach to teach a beginner what a computer is and how it can be programmed . The course starts with basic building blocks required to understand the structure of a computer: numbers , bits , structures to implement operations on numbers, and structures to control the execution of commands by a computer. The course progresses to introduce high level abstractions such as an operating system and a high level language . The course concludes with the introduction of programming as a framework for problem solving: program constructs as tools for problem solving and programming techniques as strategies for problem solving.
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2 Computer Programming I TA C162 . 26 Apr 2006 Three Levels in the Course  Level 0 Number systems Digital Structures Memory Design Level 1 Problem Solving-> Algorithms, Flow Chart LC-3 Assembly Language Programming Level 2 High level language programming i.e C Language
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course CS SS ZG653 taught by Professor Shanta during the Spring '09 term at Birla Institute of Technology & Science.

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Lecture42 - This course uses a bottom-up approach to teach...

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