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CS 263 COMPLETE CLASS ALL DISCUSSION MODULES AND ASSIGNEMTNS

CS 263 COMPLETE CLASS ALL DISCUSSION MODULES AND ASSIGNEMTNS

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CS 263 COMPLETE CLASS ALL DISCUSSION MODULES AND ASSIGNEMTNS

CS263 ( Programming in C) Complete Class – All Discussion Modules and Assignemtns

CS263 Discussion Module 1 Programming in C

Explain the difference between using an algorithm and pseudo code.

CS263 Discussion Module 2 Programming in C

What are comments? Why comments are included in programs? Are they necessary for an production environment? Explain

CS263 Discussion Module 3 Programming in C

Why should you not use an external file name in any place other than the open statement?

CS263 Discussion Module 4 Programming in C

The three basic control structures are sequence, selection, and repetition.  Pick one and discuss it.

CS263 Discussion Module 5 Programming in C

What is a function? State the advantages in using a function. What is the difference between system defined and user defined functions?

CS263 Discussion Module 6 Programming in C

1.     What is the difference between static and register variables? Give at least one example.

CS263 Discussion Module 7 Programming in C

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