Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow
Give your students a classic, well-rounded introduction to computer concepts with a modern twist! Known for its readability and breadth of topics covered, Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow will ensure that students have the comprehensive, current knowledge of computer concepts and issues needed to succeed in our technocentric society. This 11th Edition offers exciting new features and updates to make its content more approachable and meaningful to students.
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What Is a Programming Language? A programming language is a set of rules
used to write computer programs. To write a computer program, a programming
software package — a program whose principal purpose is to enable users to ...
Java Java is a high-level programming language developed by Sun
Microsystems in 1995. Java is an object-oriented programming language similar
to C++, but it is simplified to eliminate features that cause common programming
Before a program can be run — and, therefore, before it can be debugged — it
needs to be translated from the code a programmer writes to the code a computer
can execute. A language translator converts the application program's source ...
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Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, Comprehensive
Deborah Morley,Charles S. Parker
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