Lecture 5 Data Representation

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1 Lecture # 5 Data Representation Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Prepare for Quiz # 1 (Multiple Choice) 1. Introduce : How do Computers store data? 2. Explain : Data Types: Binary numbers, Integers, Floating Point, Booleans, Characters, Variables 3. Demo : Do some binary conversions: on board 4. Practice : Do some binary examples: in head, on keyboard 5. Evaluate : We will share and evaluate your conversions 6. Re-practice : Turn the crank on binary as you go to sleep Understand Data Types, Storage Review Programs Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Prepare for Quiz # 1 (Multiple Choice) 1. Introduce : How do Computers store data? 2. Explain : Data Types: Binary numbers, Integers, Floating Point, Booleans, Characters, Variables 3. Demo : Do some binary conversions: on board 4. Practice : Do some binary examples: in head, on keyboard 5. Evaluate : We will share and evaluate your conversions 6. Re-practice : Turn the crank on binary as you go to sleep Understand Data Types, Storage Review Programs
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Today Questions : From notes/reading/life? Prepare for Quiz # 1 (Multiple Choice) 1. Introduce : How do Computers store data? 2. Explain : Data Types: Binary numbers, Integers, Floating Point, Booleans, Characters, Variables 3. Demo : Do some binary conversions: on board 4. Practice : Do some binary examples: in head, on keyboard 5. Evaluate : We will share and evaluate your conversions 6. Re-practice : Turn the crank on binary as you go to sleep Understand Data Types, Storage Review Programs Data Representation If we want to compare, sort and organize data, we need to have a way to represent it in a computer – electronically. Even the characters you are now reading, as words, must be able to be represented and encoded electronically and numerically. The following slides will explain how we represent and encode data in a computer, and how we manipulate and reason about it in a computer program. How to Represent
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