An introduction to problem solving and logic needed for working with computer systems. Students will learn to analyze problems and apply the three basic programming structures - sequence, decision, and repetition - and top-down design to develop a solution. Students will also learn number systems, logic, truth tables, Boolean logic, base 2 and base 16 representations. Students will learn the tools used for problem solving such as structure charts, flowcharts, pseudo code, decision tables, and UML. Other topics covered include the concept of a computer system and programming methods.

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Textbook information is available at http://bookstore-qc.bhc.edu You will need to know the BHC course number, e.g., CIP 101, and the section number.

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