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1. Learning Goals

* By the end of this courseware, the student is expected to:

* Understand object-oriented programming and its applications.

* Recognize the different control structures of C++.

* Create C++ programs based on certain requirements.

* Demonstrate the ability to modify and debug C++ programs.

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* TechFactors, Inc.

Lesson 1

* Programming Languages

* and Paradigms

* TechFactors, Inc.

L1: Programming Languages and Paradigms

* First Generation: Machine Languages – use a binary code (strings of 1s and 0s) that can be understood by the computer and executed directly without any need for translation

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* Second Generation: Assembly Languages – use mnemonics (very short words) for commands

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* Third Generation: High-Level Languages – use data structures and control structures that are abstractions of programming concepts

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* Evolution of Programming Languages

* TechFactors, Inc.

L1: Programming Languages and Paradigms

* Fourth Generation: Declarative Languages – also called “non-procedural specification languages”; a programmer who writes 4GL programs concentrates on what needs to be done (result/output) rather than how to do it (steps/process)

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* Fifth Generation: AI – problem-solving based on constraints or rules that have been declared in the program

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* Evolution of Programming Languages

* TechFactors, Inc.

L1: Programming Languages and Paradigms

* Imperative Paradigm – creates a sequence of commands or instructions for the computer to follow

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* Functional Paradigm – computations are specified through mathematical functions that evaluate input expressions and convert them into output values

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* Logic Paradigm – viewed as a logical theory and computation is basically the search for proof

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* Overview...

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