prg211 | undergraduate
Algorithms And Logic For Computer Programming
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Structures, Verification, and Validation
Define objects and object-oriented classes.
Apply arrays to program logic and data manipulation.
- Verify algorithms using requirements and desk review design.
- Explain array structures.
Problem Solving and Algorithm Development
- Analyze the development of procedural and object-oriented problem solutions.
- Describe the process and methods for problem recognition.
- Define the process of algorithm development.
- Describe the importance of using a structured modular approach to program development.
- Differentiate between sequential and direct access.
- Demonstrate reading and writing sequential files in pseudocode.
- Compare and contrast procedural and object-oriented programming.
- Apply flowcharts to represent logic.
- Demonstrate the sequential and selection processing control structure.
- Examine the iteration control structure.
- Identify how a computer processes and stores data.
- Describe procedural and object-oriented programming languages.
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