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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggSummer

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Computer Hardware, Auxiliary Memory, Hotjava

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Starting out with java: from control structures through objects. There was a need for a programming language that would run on various devices. Java (f
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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggSummer

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Central Processing Unit, Input Device, Auxiliary Memory

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1. 3) computer systems: hardware and software hardware refers to the physical components that a computer is made of. Cpu fetch intructions, follow them
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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggFall

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Computer Security, Current Contents, Text File

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// postfix increment: the first statement declares the variable x (initialized with the value 1) and the variable y. [it assigns the value of x to the
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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggFall

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Return Statement, A Void, Code Reuse

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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggFall

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Default Constructor, String Literal, Local Variable

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Chapter 6: a first look at classes: section 1 objects and classes, concept: an object is a software component that exists in memory and serves a specif
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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggFall

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Negation, The Equals, Bit Field

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Chapter 3: decision structures: section 1 the if statement, the if statement is used to create a decision structure, which allows a program to have mor
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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggFall

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Usability, Java Development Kit, Semicolon

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Output devices: the cpu, cpu (central processing unit): the cpu"s job is to fetch instructions, follow the instructions, and produce some resulting dat
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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggFall

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sym Motors, Primitive Data Type, The Instructor

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Instance fields belong to a specific instance of a class: class may also have instance methods, when you call an instance method, it performs an operat
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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggFall

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Local Variable, Web Browser, Programming Style

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PITTCS 0007Karen BigriggFall

CS 0007 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Array Data Structure, Primitive Data Type, Memory Address

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Computer programming 0007: by default, java initializes array elements with 0. System. out. println( employee + (index + 1) + : ); hours[index] = keybo
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PITTCS 0441Don BonidieFall

CS 0441 Chapter 1.1-1.2: Intro to Discrete Structures

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