Introduction to CNIT 155 - CNIT 155 Introduction to Object...

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CNIT  155 Introduction to Object  Oriented Programming
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Introduction Course web site Blackboard Vista Syllabus  Calendar Electronic submission www.essignments.com Objectives
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Course Lecturer: Guity Ravai Knoy 239 guity@purdue.edu Lab Instructor Jay Hartford Knoy 374 jhartfor@purdue.edu Course Instructors
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Hardware Physical components: Hard drive RAM Modem Monitor Mother board CPU Monitor Keyboard Software Computer programs: The operating system (ex: Windows, Unix, apple, etc.) Compilers Computer consists of
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There are hundreds of programming  languages, each made for a special purpose.  Some are well known; some are known only to  certain group who use them. What is a computer program? Examples Computer Program = Software
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Machine language (1950s) Program consists of 0s ad 1s Assembly language Use of some spoken words, ex: store, move, …
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course CNIT 155 taught by Professor Guityravai during the Spring '12 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Introduction to CNIT 155 - CNIT 155 Introduction to Object...

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