Lecture 1 - CNIT 155 Introduction to Object Oriented...

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CNIT  155 Introduction to Object  Oriented Programming
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History and general knowledge 3 main coding structures Example Reading: www.learnscratch.com Video-courses  Scratch-1,     Lessons 1 - 8 Objectives
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Hardware = Physical components: Hard drive RAM Monitor Mother board CPU Monitor Keyboard Software = Computer programs What is a computer program? Computer consists of
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Syntax: Each language has certain rules that must be followed  closely, or the program will not work. Grammar Each language has a way of forming statements that  must be followed. Keywords: Are certain words that have special meaning in the  language. Source code: The program written in certain language is referred to as  the source code. Programming language
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Machine language (1950s) Program consists of 0s ad 1s Assembly language Use of some spoken words, ex: store, move, … Instructions are very close to the machine hardware,  store something is some register,. . Still is used in engineering projects. High level languages:
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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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Lecture 1 - CNIT 155 Introduction to Object Oriented...

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