Unit 2 Decision and Looping Structures

Unit 2 Decision and Looping Structures - Programming...

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Programming Structures 1 Unit 2: Decision and Looping Structures Student Name Principles of Information Technology IT50-1101D David Reed Ph.D., PMP 03, May 2011
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Abstract There are currently five generations of computer programming languages. “First generation languages represent the very early, primitive computer languages that consisted entirely of 1's and 0's” 1 . Second generation languages are known as assembly languages. Third generation languages are known as "high level languages" and include C, C++, Java, and JavaScript, among others. Fourth generation languages access databases and include SQL and ColdFusion, among others. Fifth generation languages are currently being used for neural networks. “A neural network is a form of artificial intelligence that attempts to imitate how the human’s mind works” (Landofcode.com , 2010 ). 1 Landofcode.com . (2010 ). The different generations of languages. Retrieved May 2, 2011, from Landofcode.com : http://www.landofcode.com/programming-intro/computer-programming- languages.php
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2011 for the course MIST IT50-1101D taught by Professor Davidreedph.d.,pmp during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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