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ITM 207- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 99 pages long!)


Department
Information Technology Management
Course Code
ITM 207
Professor
Arthur Wrigglesworth
Study Guide
Midterm

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ITM 207
MIDTERM EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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ITM 207: Computer-Enabled Problem Solving Intro to Programming: Raptor
What is Raptor?
Visual programming development environment based on flowcharts
Minimizes the amount of syntax you must learn to write correct program instructions
Visual; diagrams that are executes one symbol at a time
Error messages are more readily understandable
Flowchart: A collection of connected graphic symbols where each symbol represents a specific
type of instruction to be executed
Connection between symbols determine the order of execution
Statements and Symbols
Three Basic Components: Input, Processing, Output
Variables: Computer memory locations that hold a data value
Can only hold a single value but this value can vary
A variable can have its value set (or changed) in three ways:
1. Value entered from input statement
2. Value calculated from an equation in an assignment statement
3. Return value from a procedure call
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ITM 207: Computer-Enabled Problem Solving Intro to Programming: Raptor
Three types of general comments in Raptor:
1. Programmer Header
Documents who wrote the program, when it was written and a general description
of what the program does; add to start symbol
2. Section Description
Mark major sections of program to make it easier to understand
3. Logic Description
Explain non-standard logic
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