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CP104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Reserved Word
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Variable Naming Rules Dont: Give variables silly names. Makes the program hard to read Use Python keyword or reserved word as a variable name Use spaces Begin a variable with anything other than a letter or an undersco...

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CP104
David Brown
CP104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Linear Search, Binary Search Algorithm, Auxiliary Memory
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How to read an algorithm Starting at the beginning of the list, look at each element one by one in the list and compare if to the number you are trying to find. Stop when you have found the matching number or have reached ...

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David Brown
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Prolog, Mac Address, Advance-Fee Scam
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CP102 Lecture 22 Final Exam Review This is the final lecture Exam Information: Monday December 14, 2015 time: 7pm9pm where: Athletic Complex (AC) 122 MCTF questions allowed 2 single sided cheat sheets organize cheat sheets...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Test Plan, Android Software Development
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CP102 Lecture 21 Software Programming Continued The Cycle of a Program: coding: speaking the language of the computer coding: translating an algorithm into CPU instructions programmers move from algorithm to code programmi...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Decision-Making, Flowchart, Telecommuting
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CP102 Lecture 20 Software Programming The Importance of Programming: a career in programming offers plentiful jobs strong salaries telecommuting is often easy to arrange computer programs exist for many reasons The Life Cy...

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Rick Henderson
CP 102 Lecture 19: Securing Your System Continued & Networking and Security in the Business World
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CP102 Lecture 19 Securing Your System Continued Cybercrime and Identity Theft: cybercrime cybercriminals common types of cybercrimes Computer Viruses: not limited to computers smartphones, tablets widespread cybercrime: sp...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Data Validation, Boot Sector, Micro Instrumentation And Telemetry Systems
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CP102 Lecture 18 Access Access: always click enable contact of the database or it will not work properly data base form nice way to enter data in an organized way tables used to store information two views: design view edi...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Data Integrity, Business Intelligence, Foreign Key
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CP102 Lecture 17 Databases and Information Systems When not to use a database?: Lists Data Building blocks: a database is a collection of related data, which can be: stored sorted organized queried databases make data more...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Network Architecture, E-Reader, Defragmentation
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CP102 Lecture 16 Second Midterm Review Chapters 6,7,8,13 more questions on chpts. 7 8 then 6 13 multiple choice scantron approx 75 questions cheat sheet permitted standard printer paper check myls for room assignments Ch...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Data Validation, Network Administrator, American Broadcasting Company
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CP102 Lecture 15 Inner Workings of the Internet and Coding and Communicating on the Internet Inner Workings of the Internet: the management of the internet internet networking, data transmission, and protocols internet i...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Ieee 802.11, Home Network, Airport Time Capsule
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CP102 Lecture 14 Networking: Connecting Computing Devices Continued Network Architectures: classified by: distance between nodes how managed the way in which they are managed rules to exchange data set of rules communicati...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Godaddy, Kodak, Linear Video Editing
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CP102 Lecture 13 Writing Your Own Webpage With HTML Continued Networking: Connecting Computing Devices HTML Formatting Tags Physical Style Tags: tell browser how to display the text italics <i>...<i> boldface <b>...<b> Ob...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Text Editor, Wysiwyg, Micro Instrumentation And Telemetry Systems
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CP102 Lecture 12 Writing Your Own Webpage With HTML Continued Organization of a Website Linear (sequential) home page is the title or introduction links move from one page to another, typically forward or backward very rig...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sound Card, Overclocking, Dolby Digital
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CP102 Lecture 11 Your Ideal Computer and Writing Your own Webpage with HTML Your Ideal Computer: new technologies emerge quickly things to consider speed Moores Law system components hard drive storage capacity What Kind o...

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Rick Henderson
CP102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Computer Hardware, Scantron Corporation, Multiple Choice
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CP102 Lecture 10 Midterm 1 Review: Chapters 15 Saturday October 25 10am11:20am Multiple choice scantron based Cheat sheet permitted 8 x 11 printer size sheet handwritten oneside only Chapter 1: Why is it important to be co...

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