The first kind of manuscripts were written for a person, often oneself or for a friend. That means if it was oneself, of course the writer had in mind what was meant and often didn't bother to write everything in, some little mistakes were not corrected. If it was written for a friend, you also could talk to them and say:
None This course provides a detailed examination of the fundamental elements on which computers are based. Topics include number systems and computation, electricity and basic circuits, logic circuits, memory, computer architecture, and operating systems.
Operational code and assembly languages are discussed and then implemented on a hardware platform, such as a personal computer or an autonomous vehicle. CS Introduction to Scripting and Programming 3 cr.
This course introduces programming environments to students who are not experienced programmers. This course covers simple logic, programming flow, and the use of variables.
It introduces students to the history of programming and the basic vocabulary of the programming industry. The course culminates in a series of hands-on exercises using this knowledge to solve problems. At his or her discretion, the instructor may cover special topics in programming or scripting.
None This course introduces programming environments to students who are not enrolled in a science degree program at DigiPen.
The course provides students with an introductory overview of the fundamental elements on which computers are based, including basic computer hardware systems, operations, and structures.
An introduction to basic programming includes simple logic, programming flow, loops, variables, and arrays. Conditionals, evaluations, and other control structures are also included.
The instructor may cover special topics in programming or scripting and may focus on currently popular scripting languages in the video game industry. The C Programming Language 4 cr.
None This course serves as a foundation for all high-level programming courses and projects by introducing control flow through statement grouping, decision making, case selection, and procedure iteration as well as basic data types.
Additionally, this course addresses the lexical convention, syntax notation, and semantics of the C programming language.
CS Programming Foundations 4 cr. None Credit may be received for only one of: CSCS This course expands on basic programming skills through an exploration of object-oriented programming techniques.
Topics may include classes, inheritance, interfaces, polymorphism, and data structures. CS Audio Scripting 3 cr.
None This course covers concepts and implementation strategies for using a high-level scripting language to achieve complex audio behavior in game development.
Topics include principles of analog and digital audio, psychoacoustics, and programming. CS Scripting Languages 3 cr. None This course covers the concepts and implementation strategies for using high-level scripting languages in game development.
Students will focus on object-oriented programming, high-level English-like structure, speed of development, and ease of use.Second Language Writing and Research: The Writing Process and Error Analysis in Student Texts.
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Second Language Writing and Research: The Writing Process and Error Analysis in Student Texts. Johanne Myles Queen's University. English for Specific Purposes World, ISSN , timberdesignmag.com, Issue 40, vol.
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