Foundations of Programming: Fundamentals
- Where to go from here
Finally, the course compares how code is written in several different languages, the libraries and frameworks that have grown around them, and the reasons to choose each one.
- Writing source code
- Understanding compiled and interpreted languages
- Requesting input
- Working with numbers, characters, strings, and operators
- Writing conditional code
- Making the code modular
- Writing loops
- Finding patterns in strings
- Working with arrays and collections
- Adopting a programming style
- Reading and writing to various locations
- Managing memory usage
- Learning about other languages
We will work with things like loops, conditions, variables, and memory; see how to control the structure and the flow of a program; and what you need to know about what that program is doing under the hood. And we are going to make sense of the buzzwords and jargon that you can't avoid when programming. These words might not mean anything to you right now, but they will. And we won't just talk ideas. We will get hands-on on and write programs in this course to prove these ideas and see why they are important. So that by the end of this course you would be comfortable with approaching any programming language.
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