A Balanced Introduction to Computer Science
For Introduction to Computing and the Web courses in the departments of Math and Computer Science.
This carefully written, balanced text teaches students the most important concepts in computing and computer science while providing enough programming depth to enable them to understand how people work with computers. Taking advantage of today's students' interest in and familiarity with the Web, the text contains experimental problems using Web-based tools; enabling them to learn the fundamentals of programming by developing their own interactive Web pages.
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The intended executor of those algorithms is the computer or a program
executing on that computer , which must be able to understand the instructions
and then carry them out in order . Since computers are not very intelligent , the
The first two machine - language instructions in Figure 14.10 correspond to tasks
that users can perform with the CPU Datapath simulator - i.e . ... The last
instruction , HALT , tells the control unit when a sequence of instructions
The user enters program instructions and data directly into main memory
locations via input devices such as keyboards or tape readers . Then , by flipping
a switch or entering a specific command , the user instructs the CPU to fetch the ...
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