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Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Vocational/Computer Programming

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Computer Programming
South American Division

Vocational

Skill Level 3
Year of Introduction: 2012


Limited Availability


Requirements

Contents

Earning this honor meets a requirement for:


1. Submit a report of at least two pages on the history of programming languages.

2. Define Logic programming.

3. Choose a programming language to develop a system and describe the origin of this language.

4. Present to the instructor:

a. A project of a management system of a Pathfinder Club that has integrated:

i. Log of units, honors, classes, and Pathfinders

ii. Control of monthly dues

iii. Cash control

iv. Control of expenses

v. Control of assets

vi. Record control

vii. Event control

viii. Permission slip report

ix. Cash flow report

x. Assets report

xi. Minutes and events book report

xii. Monthly dues report

xiii. Units, classes, honors, and Pathfinder report

b. A computer system with the modules mentioned.

c. The source code of the modules mentioned.

d. Instructions for using the system.

5. Complete one of the following points:

a. Have a certificate of completing a course in which you learned programming language.

b. Define and conceptualize the following topics:

i. Source code

ii. Machine code

iii. Compilers

iv. Interpreters

v. Linear programming

vi. Modular programming

vii. Structured programming

viii. Object-oriented programming

ix. Structured type

x. High-level programming

xi. Medium-level programming

xii. Low-level programming

xiii. How many language generations exist and what are they?

xiv. Compiled language

xv. Script language

xvi. Interpreted language

xvii. Programming paradigm

xviii. Syntax of programming languages

References