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  • BASIC in the Seventies. (VCSU-MEP)
    changed with the dawn of the microcomputer revolution BASIC had a resurgence because the small memories of these early computers could hold a BASIC interpreter but not the larger more sophistocated compilers For many machines BASIC was the only programming language that could be run on it Bill Gates and Paul Allen wrote the first BASIC for Altair in 1975 and since that time Microsoft has been very influential in

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/354/ (2013-06-13)
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  • The REM statement (VCSU-MEP)
    by the interpreter The line is not executable it is merely skipped but greatly aids the readability of the program The beginning of the program should have comments that name the author and purpose ot the program The code should be commented whenever something unusual is done so that the reader can follow it Often the pseudo code statements used in design are included as comments to describe groups of

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/376/ (2013-06-13)
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  • The Read and Data statements (VCSU-MEP)
    be used in a program READ statements are similar to promptless INPUT statements except that they get their data from the data pool instead of the terminal The RESTORE statement also affects how these two interact See the individual exhibits

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/378/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Examples (VCSU-MEP)
    exhibits each of which has a brief explanation of the statements involved each has a code machine in the exhibit The code machine has a piece of code that it will show explain line by line or trace line by

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/406/ (2013-06-13)
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  • BASIC Looping Lesson (VCSU-MEP)
    out unlike most other pieces of code This exhibit is built in several pieces each of which are entries Normally you should process them in order though the menu item d could be viewed before c a A general introduction to loops including some terminology b The various kinds of looping statements including syntax c Some loop construction tips d Loop coding examples e Some quiz questions to check your

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/409/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Why do we need arrays? (VCSU-MEP)
    The coin objects could have to be stored in ten fields of class Purse called coin1 coin2 coin3 coin 20 We would have to write this 20 times and still the purse cannot hold more than 20 coins Now imagine we need to implement a voting machine where the names of 10000 voters and their votes have to be stored Fortunately there is a better way to do this store

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/523/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Declaration and Use of Arrays (VCSU-MEP)
    a default declaration The use of arrays can include access to the individual elements or use of the whole array a Use of individual array elements b Whole array usage c Declaration and default declaration You may use the command

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/542/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Static and Dynamic Arrays (VCSU-MEP)
    sizes because allocation of the array is done at compile time These are usually placed on the stack The memory management is easy because everything is done at compile time and no re sizing is allowed A dynamic array may be declared at compile time but it is not dimensioned the number of elements determined until run time Thus the value that determines the size may come from a constant

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/539/ (2013-06-13)
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