Professional Multicore Programming: Design and Implementation for C++ Developers presents the basics of multicore programming in a simple, easy–to–understand manner so that you can easily apply the concepts to your everyday projects. Learn the fundamentals of programming for multiprocessor and multithreaded architecture, progress to multi–core programming and eventually become comfortable with programming techniques that otherwise can be difficult to understand.
This chapter introduces the basics of Java program design. It presents a series of programs that interact with their users through text-based outputs and inputs. The chapter also introduces the Java primitive types. These types and their associated operators enable programs to create and manipulate integer, floating-point, and character values and variables.
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WELCOME TO THE FOURTH EDITION OF C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to
Program Design. Designed for a first Computer Science (CS1) C++ course, this text provides
a breath of fresh air to you and your students. The CS1 course serves as the cornerstone of the
Computer Science curriculum. My primary goal is to motivate and excite all CS1 students,
regardless of their level. Motivation breeds excitement for learning. Motivation and
excitement are critical factors that lead to the success of the programming student.
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Learning objectives of this chapter include: Consider some of the abnormal events that can occur during program execution, explore the use of try blocks for code that may generate exceptions, explore the use of catch blocks as exception handlers, encourage robust programs that always end gracefully.
A set of the same kind of data processed by a computer is called a "data type." In the program design stage,
the way data should be represented and programmed into a computer must be examined carefully, so that
the most appropriate data type can be chosen. A data type that is represented and programmed is called a
Chapter 2 - From problem analysis to program design. In this chapter, you will: Become familiar with the basic components of a C++ program, including functions, special symbols, and identifiers; explore simple data types; discover how to use arithmetic operators; examine how a program evaluates arithmetic expressions;…
Lecture C++ programming: from problem analysis to program design - Chapter 6: User-defined functions I. In this chapter, you will: Learn about standard (predefined) functions and discover how to use them in a program; learn about user-defined functions; examine value-returning functions, including actual and formal parameters; explore how to construct and use a value-returning, user-defined function in a program.
Chapter gives you a chance to tell the students about your programming expierence. Talk about how a major piece of software was designed and lead the class through a discussion of the benefits and drawbacks to such a system.
In this chapter, we introduce basic computing and network terminology and the concepts behind object-oriented design. We also introduce Java, an object-oriented programming language that has played a fundamental role in the growth of the Internet.
This chapter introduce how to create and manipulate simple objects with attributes and behaviors that you can specify. We do so through the use of classes. The class is Java's principal mechanism for supporting object-oriented design.
In this chapter, we consider the while, for, and do-while looping constructs that control how many times a statement list is iterated (executed). Loops make programs much more powerful and capable of solving significant problems. Mastering the design and implementation of loops is an important part of a programmer's education.
Inheritance and polymorphism are two powerful mechanisms of object-oriented languages. Inheritance is the ability to define a new class using an existing class as a basis. Polymorphism is a programming language behavior where the same code expression can invoke different methods depending on the type of objects using the code. In this chapter, we begin our introduction of these two mechanisms by extending the standard class Point.
In this chapter we explore en elegant and powerful approach to problem solving recursive problem solving. Recursive problem solving involves breaking a problem into identical, but smaller or simpler problem instances and solving those to obtain a solution to the original problem. Most programming languages, including Java, support the use of recursion to solve problems.
In this chapter, we examine several Java mechanisms for creating, scheduling, managing, and running threads. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Develop programs with multiple, concurrent flows of control using threads; create threads that run at a time relative to the current time; create threads that run repeatedly;...
Graphic design is the phrase to refer to a career focused on the fine arts. In particular the term "graphic" to only the drawing is displayed on a flat surface (multi-material), and the verb "design" includes constructive sense, creative. Then you can understand, "graphic design" is to create an image, a work surface to a certain material, meaning the purpose of art decoration, beauty, serve the needs of children people.
We’ve known about algorithms for millennia, but we’ve only been writing computer
programs for a few decades. A big difference between the Euclidean or
Eratosthenes age and ours is that since the middle of the twentieth century,
we express the algorithms we conceive using formal languages: programming
Computer scientists are not the only ones who use formal languages. Optometrists,
for example, prescribe eyeglasses using very technical expressions,
such as “OD: -1.25 (-0.50) 180◦ OS: -1.00 (-0.25) 180◦”, in which the parentheses