A Balanced Introduction to Computer Science
For Introduction to Computing and the Web courses in departments of Math and Computer Science.
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Each memory cell inside the computer stores the value of its corresponding
the value in the variable's associated memory cell) via an assignment statement.
For example, Figure 5.1 traces a sequence of assignments, in which the result of
each assignment is represented by the memory cell(s) to the right. In the first
assignment, the variable x is assigned the number 24, which is then stored in the
As you contemplate the functionality of text boxes, it may help you to think of
with a specific memory cell—each reference to a variable accesses the value in
Internet and the Web
HTML and Web Pages
The Internet and the Web
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