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Introduction to Programming Programming
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102 Prog. Fundamentals I: Introduction / Slide 2 Objectives To learn fundamental problem solving techniques To learn how to design a program To learn to use the C++ programming language
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102 Prog. Fundamentals I: Introduction / Slide 3 What is C++? C++ is a programming language . A computer program performs a specific task, and may interact with the user and the computer hardware. Human work model: Computer work model:
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102 Prog. Fundamentals I: Introduction / Slide 4 What is C++? The most popular programming languages: Basic C++ (originally C) Cobol Fortran Java Pascal Perl Scheme (Lisp) Smalltalk The most common versions of C++: Microsoft Visual C++ Borland C++ g++ (for Unix machines)
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102 Prog. Fundamentals I: Introduction / Slide 5 Why C++? Bad News: C++ is not easy to learn Good News: Lots of good-paying jobs for programmers because C++ is not easy to learn! Though C++ is not the easiest language
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