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Click to edit Master subtitle style CSE115: Introduction to  Computer Science I Dr. Carl Alphonce 219 Bell Hall NEW     645-4739     NEW alphonce@buffalo.edu 11
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Announcements Cell phones off Name signs out 22
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Agenda Activity Problem solving
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Quick review A bit can have one of two values (0 or 1) A sequence of bits is called a bit string Internal representations are in terms of bit strings Bit strings have no intrinsic meaning Bit strings are interpreted according to some  representation scheme
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“10110110” could represent a number, or a character,  part of a digital photo, part of a song, or even a  machine-language instruction. Programs are written in “high-level” programming  languages, which must be translated into machine- language equivalent.
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