What are some different types of data you would expect to manipulate, and how would you represent
them in a program?
I'd think the most common type of data you should expect to manipulate as a programmer
are integers, and real numbers with two places afte
Consider the numbers of variables and decisions that go into a complex decision. Consider a real life
decision process with which you are familiar, and list all variables that go into the process. Then express
the process as an algorithm with nested selec
Describe a procedure you use in everyday life in which you repeat a series of steps over and over again
until some condition is met. Can you describe one that would be considered a nested repetition structure?
A nested loop is one where you are repeating
An algorithm is classically defined as a finite series of steps which solves a problem. What are some
types of instructions which occur in everyday life which would qualify as an algorithm? What are some
everyday types of instruction which would NOT quali
_ make it possible for us to communicate with our personal
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Question 2 Questio
Saint Leo University
Programming in C/C+
The use of the C/C+ programming language for information processing and problem solving.
Students use algorithms and computer logic to translate data into information through structured
COM 207 Module 1
A computer system contains two types of components: hardware and software. The term
hardware is reserved for tangible objects which can be physically touched, such as
keyboards and memory cards. Software refers to intangible elements, suc