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1 E140: Introduction to EE140: Introduction to Programming Concepts for Engineers Lecture 1: Introduction 1 Introduction Scope of the course Prerequisite for EE150 (see syllabus for more details) asic skills in programming and software development Basic skills in programming and software development C will be used as the programming language to illustrate the concepts Software Microsoft Visual Studio .net (available at most computer labs) Free Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 downloadable at http://www.microsoft.com/express/vc/ o Required Textbook! Here are some recommendations: 2 No Required Textbook! Here are some recommendations: C How to Program , 5 th Ed., Prentice-Hall, by Deitels The Indispensable Guide to C , Addison-Wesley, by Davies The C programming Lanuage , Prentice-Hall, by Kernighan & Ritchie Problem solving and Program Design in C , Addison-Wesley, by Hanly and Koffman Step 1: Design and Create Visual Studio C++ .net Simple programming concepts Develop algorithm (the way or method to solve the problem) Plan for the implementation of the algorithm Type in the source code of the program (.c, .h files) Step 2: Compile Convert the source code (high level) into machine code (low level) that the computer understands heck syntax errors 3 Check syntax errors Link all the components together into one executable file Step 3: Execute, test, and debug
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course EE 150 taught by Professor Lanxiang during the Spring '11 term at Montgomery College.

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