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U WINDSORCOMP 1000Hamdan MsheikFall

60-100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Negative Number, Winzip

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Assignment 3: write a program that asks the user to enter two floating-point values x and y of type double. This program then should display on the scr
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U WINDSORCOMP 1047davidmayoFall

60-104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Network Interface Controller, Microprocessor, Printed Circuit Board

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Processing - manipulation of computer data (cpus and microprocessors) Computer program - collection of instructions that makes the computer perform spe
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U WINDSORCOMP 1000Hamdan MsheikFall

Computer Science 60-100 Lecture 1: Assignment 1

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Miles per gallon: 5: write a program for a grocery store that asks the user to enter the unit price, quantity, and discount amount of a product. The pr
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U WINDSORCOMP 1047Nabil AbdullahWinter

60-104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Midi, Advanced Audio Coding, Raster Graphics

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Data: the symbols that represent people, events, things, and ideas. Data representation: the form in which data is stored, processed, and transmitted.
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U WINDSORCOMP 1000Hamdan MsheikFall

Computer Science 60-100 Lecture 4: Assignment 4 Solution

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U WINDSORCOMP 1000Hamdan MsheikFall

Computer Science 60-100 Lecture 3: Assignment 3 Solution

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U WINDSORCOMP 1000Hamdan MsheikFall

60-100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Winzip

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Assignment 4: write a program that continually displays to the user the following options, to calculate average, to calculate summation, to stop execut
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U WINDSORCOMP 1000Hamdan MsheikFall

Computer Science 60-100 Lecture 2: assignment 2 solution

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U WINDSORCOMP 1000Hamdan MsheikFall

Computer Science 60-100 Lecture 1: assignment 1 solution

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U WINDSORCOMP 2057stephanosWinter

60-205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Text Editor, Html Element

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Css describes how html elements are to be displayed on screen, paper, or in other media. It can control the layout of multiple web pages all at once. C
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U WINDSORCOMP 2057stephanosWinter

60-205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Telnet, Plaintext, Hypermedia

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Apply html code for designing basic html pages. In life, protocols define the way we interact with other people - for example, the way we behave in a p
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U WINDSORCOMP 2057stephanosWinter

60-205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Html Attribute, Html Element

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You cannot be sure how html will be displayed. Large or small screens, and resized windows will create different results. With html, you cannot change
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