# Textbook Notes for Computer & Information Science at Temple University

TEMPLECIS 1166David ShulmanSpring

## CIS 1166 Chapter Notes -Propositional Formula, Propositional Calculus, Logic Gate

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This note contains some material on propositional logic. It is instead a to be a substitute for your textbook or the class lectures. supplement and to
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TEMPLECIS 1166David ShulmanSpring

## CIS 1166 Chapter Notes -Commutative Property, Propositional Formula

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## CIS 1166 Chapter Notes -Set-Builder Notation, Empty Set, Subset

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This note is a summary of some material related to sets, material discussed in. Neither i nor rosen provide a formal de nition of sets. There are some
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Return Statement, Input Device

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It"s important to have multiple numerical data types. Integers are smaller in memory than floating point numbers. Character data type char data type re
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Switch Statement, Logical Connective

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A nested if statement is an if statement inside of another if statement. Allows us to code decisions with multiple alternatives. Multiple-alternative d
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: High-Level Programming Language, Object File, In C

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Software is the collection of instructions which are stored in memory and executed by the processor (cpu) Instructions must be written in the language
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Return Statement, Input Device

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Executable statements are any operations that are executed by the program. An instruction that stores a value or a computational result in a variable.
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Infinite Loop, Increment And Decrement Operators

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A counter-controlled loop (counting loop) is a loop whose required number of iterations can be determined before the loop execution begins. Controlled
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Local Variable

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Order of execution of function subprograms and main function. Compiler processes function prototypes before main function. Compiler translates a functi
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter 3: CIS 1057 Chapter 3.2

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At least one black space is required between words in a program, but additional are ignored by the compiler. Using extra spaces can help make code more
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Function Prototype, Structure Chart

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Debugging is the process of removing errors from a program. Syntax error = violation of the c grammar rules (detected during compilation) Run-time erro
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TEMPLECIS 1057Karl MorrisFall

## CIS 1057 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Solid-State Drive, Volatile Memory, High-Level Programming Language

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Memory that is erased when the power supply is removed. Random access memory (ram) (fast memory that stores data for running programs + the programs, c
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