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Algonquin CollegeComputer StudiesCST 8110Introduction to Computing
Welcome toAlgonquin College
InstructorIan D. Allen
ContactInformation
Things YouShould Know
CST 8110Course Outline
Course LearningRequirements
MarkingScheme
CST 8110 MajorAcademic Events
How to Succeedin this Course
Lab and LectureDialogue Protocol
Lab and LectureDialogue Protocol
Requiredfor Laboratories
CST 8110Assignment 0
How a ComputerWorks
ComputerPrograms
NumberSystems
Positional NotationBase 10
Base 8Octal
More Digits forBase 16  Hexadecimal
Base 16Hexadecimal
Any Baseto Base 10
Base 10to Any Base
Base 10 to Binary:LefttoRight
Base 10 to Hex:LefttoRight
Base 10 to Binary: RighttoLeft
Base 10 to Hex: RighttoLeft
Between Binary, Octal,and Hexadecimal
ConversionSummary Sheet
Short Cutsin Number Systems
Numbers to Characters7Bit ASCII
Unsigned8bit Integers
Signed (+/)8bit Integers
Signed (+/)16bit Integers
Observations onSigned Integers
Observations onSigned Integers II
Operations onSigned Integers
Operations onSigned Integers II
Conversion ofSigned Integers
CST8110 Intro to Computing  Assignment #1Due: 8:45am Monday, January 20, 1997
CST8110 Intro to Computing  Assignment #1Answer Key I
CST8110 Intro to Computing  Assignment #1Answer Key II
FloatingPointNumbers I
FloatingPoint Numbers II
Floating PointLimitations
UsingFloating Point
Floating PointImplementations
CST8110 Intro to Computing  Assignment #2Due: 8:45am Monday, February 3, 1997
CST8110 Intro to Computing  Assignment #2Answer Key
Algonquin CollegeCST 8110  Introduction to ComputingMidterm #1  February 5, 199711:00  11:50  50 minutesLecture Section 030  Ian D. Allen
Problem Solving andStepwise Refinement
Problem: Feed Me
Algonquin PseudocodeBasics
Algonquin PseudocodeRules
Algonquin PseudocodeKeywords
The simple IF statement makes a yes/no decision
The compound IF statement gives two choices (once)
How to Constructa Loop
The WHILE statement loops zero, one, or many times
The DO/WHILE statement loops one or many times
The FOR statement loops (zero, one, or many times)
Definitions
Problem 1 in English
Problem 1 in Pseudocode
Problem 2 in English
Problem 2in Pseudocode
PseudocodeExercises
C LanguageBasics
Floating PointImprecision
Output ofImprecise Floats
Chapter 22.1, 2.2, 2.3 Answers
Chapter 22.4 Answers
Chapter 22.5 Answers
Chapter 22.5, 2.6, 2.7 Answers
Chapter 22.7 Answers (cont’d)
Chapter 2Review Q’s Answers
Midterm #2Review Questions

Author: Ian! D. Allen  idallen@freenet.carleton.ca
Email: idallen@freenet.carleton.ca
Home Page: http://idallen.com/teaching/
Other information: Office: Rideau B215A;
Telephone: 7274723 ext. 5949;
FreeNet: idallen@freenet.carleton.ca
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