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केय व यालय संगठन Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan STUDY MATERIAL (Computer Science) CLASS-XI 2014-15 KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN GURGAON REGION SECTOR-14, OLD DELHI GURGAON ROAD, GURGAON (HARYANA)- 122001 1 STUDY MATERIAL CLASS XI (COMPUTER SCIENCE) CHIEF PATRON: Sh. AVINASH DIKSHIT (COMMISSIONER, KVS) PATRON: MR. C. MANI (DEPUTY COMMISSIONER, GURGAON REGION) GUIDE: Dr. A. K. SHARMA, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER, GURGAON REGION Sh. B.L.MORODIA, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER, GURGAON REGION Sh. C.S AZAD, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER, GURGAON REGION CORDINATOR: MRS. RAJNI H. UPPAL PRINCIPAL KV, SEC. 8. ROHINI, NEW DELHI SUBJECT CONTRIBUTORS:- Mr. Lavendra Kumar Tyagi, PGT (Comp. Sc.) K. V. Sec. 8 Rohini, New Delhi Mr. Omprakash, PGT (Comp. Sc.) K. V. Sec. 8 Rohini, New Delhi Mr. Bhupesh Bhatt, PGT (Comp. Sc.) K. V. AFS Rajokri, New Delhi Mr. Amit Saxena, PGT (Comp. Sc.) K. V. Sec. 3 Rohini , New Delhi Mrs. Neelima , PGT (Comp. Sc.) K. V. Sec. 3, Rohini, New Delhi Mrs. Bhawana Duggal, PGT (Comp. Sc.) K. V. Sec. 22, Rohini, New Delhi Mr. Manoj Kulshrestha, PGT (Comp. Sc.) K. V. AFS Bawana, New Delhi 2 INDEX Sr. No. Contents Page No. 1 Syllabus 4-6 2 Unit-1: Computer Fundamental 7-18 3 Unit-2: Programming Methodology 19-27 4 Unit-3: Introduction to C++ 28-38 5 Unit-4: Programming in C++ 39-65 6 Sample Question Paper 66-92 3 Syllabus Computer Science (083) 4 5 6 Unit-1 Computer Fundamentals What is Computer? Computer is an advanced electronic device that takes raw data as input from the user and processes these data under the control of set of instructions (called program) and gives the result (output) and saves output for the future use. It can process both numerical and non-numerical (arithmetic and logical) calculations. It works the principle of I-P-O Cycle Input Process Output A computer has four functions: a. accepts data Input b. processes data Processing c. produces output Output d. stores results Storage (While designing the Difference Engine and Analytical Engine Charles Babage has given the concept of these four units, Hence he is known as “Father of Computer”.) Input (Data): Input is the raw information or facts entered into a computer from the input devices. It is the collection of letters, numbers, images etc. Process: Process is the operation of data as per given instruction. It is totally internal process of the computer system. Output: Output is the processed data given by computer after data processing. Output is also called Result or information . We can save these results in the storage devices for the future use. Computer System The components of the Computer System are:- 1. Hardware 2. Software 3. Firmware 4. Liveware COMPUTER SYSTEM = HARDWARE + SOFTWARE+ USER • Hardware = Internal Devices + Peripheral Devices All physical parts of the computer (or everything that we can touch) are known as Hardware. • Software = Programs Software gives "intelligence" to the computer. • USER = Person, who operates computer. Hardware All the physical and tangible components of Computer are called Hardware. In other words all the components that we can touch come under the category of Hardware eg Keyboard, Mouse, 7 Software Software is a set of instructions or a program that enables a hardware to run. Without the use of software a hardware cannot work.eg. Windows 8, Photoshop, MS Office etc. Firmware Instructions written/embedded on a hardware are known as firmware e.g., BIOS instruction on ROM chip are called Firmware. Liveware Persons or the users, using Computers in day to day activity are known as liveware. Generations of computer: First Generation (1940-56): The first generation computers used Vacuum tubes & Machine language was used for giving the instructions. These computer were large in size & their programming was difficult task. The electricity consumption was very high. Some computers of this generation are ENIAC, EDVAC, EDSAC& UNIVAC-1. Second Generation(1956-63): nd In 2 generation computers, Vacuum tubes were replaced by Transistors. They required only 1/10 of power required by Vacuum tubes. This generation computers generated less heat & were reliable. The first operating system developed in this generation. The Third Generation(1964-71): rd The 3 generation computers replaced transistors with Integrated circuit known as chip. From Small scale integrated circuits which had 10 transistors per chip, technology developed to MSI circuits with 100 transistors per chip. These computers were smaller, faster & more reliable. High level languages invented in this generation. The fourth Generation(1972- present): LSI & VLSI were used in this generation. As a result microprocessors came into existence. The computers using this technology known to be Micro Computers. High capacity hard disk were invented. There is great development in data communication. The Fifth Generation (Present & Beyond): Fifth generation computing devices, based on artificial intelligence, are still in development, though there are some applications, such as voice recognition, that are being used today. The use of parallel processing and superconductors is helping to make artificial intelligence a reality. Quantum computation and molecular and nanotechnology will radically change the face of computers in years to come. 8 ARCHITECTURE OF COMPUTER Input Devices: Those devices which help to enter data into computer system. Eg. Keyboard, Mouse, Touch screen,Bar Code Reader, Scanner, MICR, OMR etc. Bar code Reader MICR used in Bank OMR Output Devices: Those devices which help to display the processed information.Eg. Monitor, Printer, Plotter, Projector Printer Plotter Projector CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU) The main component to make a computer operate is the computer chip or microprocessor. This is referred to as the Central Processing Unit (CPU). It is also known as Brain of computer. It performs arithmetic and logic operations. The CPU (Central Processing Unit) is the device that interprets and executes instructions. 9 Processor Memory: It facilitates the remembrance power to computer system. It refers to the physical devices used to store programs (sequences of instructions) or data (e.g. program state information) on a temporary or permanent basis for use in a computer or other digital electronic device. Memory can be of two types:- 1. Primary Memory 2. Secondary Memory The term primary memory is used for the information in physical systems which are fast (i.e. RAM), as a distinction from secondary memory, which are physical devices for program and data storage which are slow to access but offer higher memory capacity. Primary memory stored on secondary memory is called virtual memory. Primary Memory can be categorized as:- 1. Volatile Memory (RAM) 2. Non-Volatile Memory(ROM) Volatile memory (RAM) Volatile memory is computer memory that requires power to maintain the stored information. RAM stands for Random Access Memory. The data is primarily stored on RAM. This is also known as Read-Write memory as both the operation can take place on it. It is volatile in nature because as soon as the power is off its contents are also removed. It can be of two types:- 1. Static RAM or SRAM. 2. Dynamic RAM or DRAM SRAM retains its contents as long as the power is connected and is easy to interface to but uses six transistors per bit. Dynamic RAM is more complicated to interface to and control and needs regular refresh cycles to prevent its contents being lost. However, DRAM uses only one transistor and a capacitor per bit, allowing it to reach much higher densities and, with more bits on a memory chip, be much cheaper per bit. SRAM is not worthwhile for desktop system memory, where DRAM dominates, but is used for their cache memories.. Non Volatile Memory (ROM) Non-volatile memory is computer memory that can retain the stored information even when not powered. ROM stands for Read Only Memory. As the name suggests we can perform only read operation on ROM. It is permanent in nature. In ROM booting instructions for computer in the form of firmware are stored 10 Other examples of non-volatile memory are flash memory and PROM/EPROM/EEPROM memory. Cache Memory: Cache memory is an intermediate between RAM and processor. It is very fast. Cache memory is random access memory (RAM) that a computer microprocessor can access more quickly than it can access regular RAM. As the microprocessor processes data, it looks first in the cache memory and if it finds the data there (from a previous reading of data), it does not have to do the more time- consuming reading of data from larger memory. Secondary Memory: A. Hard Disk (Local Disk) B. Optical Disks: CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW C. Floppy Disks D Memory Cards E. External Hard Disk F. Blu Ray Disk Blu-Ray Disk: Blu-ray (not Blue-ray) also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD), is the name of a new optical disc format. The format offers more than five times the storage capacity of traditional DVDs and can hold up to 25GB on a single-layer disc and 50GB on a dual-layer disc. While current optical disc technologies such as DVD, DVD±R, DVD±RW, and DVD-RAM rely on a red laser to read and write data, the new format uses a blue-violet laser instead, hence the name Blu-ray. 11 Units of Memory: The smallest unit is bit, which mean either 0 or 1. 1 bit = 0 or 1 1 Byte = 8 bit 1 Nibble = 4 bit 10 1 Kilo Byte = 1024 Byte= 2 Byte 10 1 Mega Byte = 1024 KB= 2 KB 10 1 Gega Byte = 1024 MB= 2 MB 10 1 Tera Byte = 1024 GB= 2 GB 10 1 Peta Byte =1024 TB= 2 TB 10 1 Exa Byte =1024 PB= 2 PB 10 1 Zetta Byte = 1024 EB= 2 EB 10 1 Yotta Byte = 1024 ZB= 2 ZB Types of Computer On the basis of working principle a) Analog Computer An analog computer is a form of computer that uses continuous physical phenomena such as electrical, mechanical, or hydraulic quantities to model the problem being solved. Eg: Thermometer, Speedometer, Petrol pump indicator, Multimeter b) Digital Computer A computer that performs calculations and logical operations with quantities represented as digits, usually in the binary number system. c) Hybrid Computer (Analog + Digital) A combination of computers those are capable of inputting and outputting in both digital and analog signals. A hybrid computer system setup offers a cost effective method of performing complex simulations. The instruments used in medical science lies in this category. On the basis of Size a) Super Computer The fastest type of computer. Supercomputers are very expensive and are employed for specialized applications that require immense amounts of mathematical calculations. For example, weather forecasting requires a supercomputer. Other uses of supercomputers include animated graphics, fluid dynamic calculations, nuclear energy research, and petroleum exploration. PARAM, Pace & Flosolver are the supercomputer made in India. 12 b) Mainframe Computer A very large and expensive computer capable of supporting hundreds, or even thousands, of users simultaneously. In the hierarchy that starts with a simple microprocessor (in watches, for example) at the bottom and moves to supercomputers at the top, mainframes are just below supercomputers. In some ways, mainframes are more powerful than supercomputers because they support more simultaneous programs. But supercomputers can execute a single program faster than a mainframe. c) Mini Computer A midsized computer. In size and power, minicomputers lie between workstations and mainframes. In the past decade, the distinction between large minicomputers and small mainframes has blurred, however, as has the distinction between small minicomputers and workstations. But in general, a minicomputer is a multiprocessing system capable of supporting from 4 to about 200 users simultaneously. Generally, servers are comes in this category. d) Micro Computer i. Desktop Computer: a personal or micro-mini computer sufficient to fit on a desk. ii. Laptop Computer: a portable computer complete with an integrated screen and keyboard. It is generally smaller in size than a desktop computer and larger than a notebook computer. iii. Palmtop Computer/Digital Diary /Notebook /PDAs: a hand-sized computer. Palmtops have no keyboard but the screen serves both as an input and output device. 13 e) Workstations A terminal or desktop computer in a network. In this context, workstation is just a generic term for a user's machine (client machine) in contrast to a "server" or "mainframe." Software As specified earlier Software, simply are the computer programs. The instructions given to the computer in the form of a program is called Software. Software is the set of programs, which are used for different purposes. All the programs used in computer to perform specific task is called Software. Types of software 1. System software: a) Operating System Software DOS, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Unix/Linux, MAC/OS X etc. b) Utility Software Windows Explorer (File/Folder Management), Compression Tool, Anti-Virus Utilities, Disk Defragmentation, Disk Clean, BackUp, WinZip, WinRAR etc… c) Language Processors Compiler, Interpreter and Assembler 2. Application software: a) General Application Software Ms. Office 2003, Ms. Office 2007, Macromedia (Dreamweaver, Flash, Freehand), Adobe (PageMaker, PhotoShop) b) Tailored or Customized Software School Management system, Inventory Management System, Payroll system, financial system etc. Operating system Operating system is an interface between hardware and user which is responsible for the management and coordination of activities and the sharing of the resources of a computer. It hosts the several applications that run on a computer and handles the operations of computer hardware. Functions of operating System: • Processor Management • Memory Management • File Management • Device Management Types of Operating System: • Real-time Operating System: It is a multitasking operating system that aims at executing real-time applications. Example of Use: e.g. control of nuclear power plants, oil refining, chemical processing and traffic control systems, air 14 • Single User Systems: Provides a platform for only one user at a time. They are popularly associated with Desk Top operating system which run on standalone systems where no user accounts are required. Example: DOS. • Multi User Systems: Provides regulated access for a number of users by maintaining a database of known users. Refers to computer systems that support two or more simultaneous users. Another term for multi-user is time sharing. Ex: All mainframes are multi-user systems. Example: Unix • Multi-tasking and Single-tasking Operating Systems: When a single program is allowed to run at a time, the system is grouped under the single-tasking system category, while in case the operating system allows for execution of multiple tasks at a time, it is classified as a multi-tasking operating system. • Distributed Operating System: An operating system that manages a group of independent computers and makes them appear to be a single computer is known as a distributed operating system. Distributed computations are carried out on more than one machine. When computers in a group work in cooperation, they make a distributed system. Commonly used operating system UNIX: Pronounced uoo-niks, a popular multi-user, multitasking operating system developed at Bell Labs in the early 1970s. UNIX was one of the first operating systems to be written in a high- level programming language, namely C. This meant that it could be installed on virtually any computer for which a C compiler existed. LINUX: Pronounced lee-nucks or lih-nucks. A freely-distributable open source operating system that runs on a number of hardware platforms. The Linux kernel was developed mainly by Linus Torvalds and it is based on Unix. Because it's free, and because it runs on many platforms, including PCs and Macintoshes, Linux has become an extremely popular alternative to proprietary operating systems. Windows: Microsoft Windows is a series of graphical interface operating systems developed, marketed, and sold by Microsoft. Microsoft introduced an operating environment named Windows on November 20, 1985 as an add-on to MS-DOS in response to the growing interest in graphical user interfaces (GUIs). Microsoft Windows came to dominate the world's personal computer market with over 90% market share, overtaking Mac OS, which had been introduced in 1984.The most recent client version of Windows is Windows 7; the most recent server version is Windows Server 2008 R2; the most recent mobile version is Windows Phone 7.5. SOLARIS: Solaris is a Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems. It superseded their earlier SunOS in 1993. Oracle Solaris, as it is now known, has been owned by Oracle Corporation since Oracle's acquisition of Sun in January 2010. BOSS: BOSS (Bharat Operating System Solutions) GNU/Linux distribution developed by C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing) derived from Debian for enhancing the use of Free/ Open Source Software throughout India. This release aims more at the security part and comes with an easy to use application to harden your Desktop. Mobile OS: A mobile operating system, also called a mobile OS, is an operating system that is specifically designed to run on mobile devices such as mobile phones, smartphones, PDAs, tablet computers and other handheld devices. The mobile operating system is the software platform on top of which other programs, called application programs, can run on mobile devices. • Android: Android is a Linux-based mobile phone operating system developed by Google. Android is unique because Google is actively developing the platform but giving it away for free to hardware manufacturers and phone carriers who want to use Android on their devices. 15 • Symbian: Symbian is a mobile operating system (OS) targeted at mobile phones that offers a high-level of integration with communication and personal information management (PIM) functionality. Symbian OS combines middleware with wireless communications through an integrated mailbox and the integration of Java and PIM functionality (agenda and contacts). The Symbian OS is open for third-party development by independent software vendors, enterprise IT departments, network operators and Symbian OS licensees. LANGUAGE PROCESSORS: Since a computer hardware is capable of understanding only machine level instructions, So it is necessary to convert the HLL into Machine Level Language. There are three Language processors: A. Compiler: It is translator which converts the HLL language into machine language in one go. A Source program in High Level Language get converted into Object Program in Machine Level Language. B. Interpreter: It is a translator which converts and executes the HLL language code line by line. It takes one statement of HLL and converts it into machine code which is immediately executed. It eliminate the need of separate compilation/run. However, It is slow in processing as compare to compiler. C. Assembler: It translate the assembly language into machine code. Microprocessor: A microprocessor is a semiconductor chip, which is manufactured using the Large Scale integration (LSI) or Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI), which comprises Arithmetic Logic Unit, Control unit and Central Processing Unit (CPU) fabricated on a single chip. Terminologies: Registers: A register is a very small amount of very fast memory that is built into the CPU (central processing unit) in order to speed up its operations by providing quick access to commonly used values. All data must be represented in a register before it can be processed. For example, if two numbers are to be multiplied, both numbers must be in registers, and the result is also placed in a register. Bus: A collection of wires through which data is transmitted from one part of a computer to another. You can think of a bus as a highway on which data travels within a computer. When used in reference to personal computers, the term bus usually refers to internal bus. This is a bus that connects all the internal computer components to the CPU and main memory. All buses consist of two parts an address bus and a data bus. The data bus transfers actual data whereas the address bus transfers information about where the data should go. The control bus is used by the CPU to direct and monitor the actions of the other functional areas of the computer. It is used to transmit a variety of individual signals (read, write, interrupt, acknowledge, and so forth) necessary to control and coordinate the operations of the computer. The size of a bus, known as its width, is important because it determines how much data can be transmitted at one time. For example, a 16-bit bus can transmit 16 bits of data, whereas a 32-bit bus can transmit 32 bits 16 Clock speed: Also called clock rate, the speed at which a microprocessor executes instructions. Every computer contains an internal clock that regulates the rate at which instructions are executed and synchronizes all the various computer components. The CPU requires a fixed number of clock ticks (or clock cycles) to execute each instruction. The faster the clock, the more instructions the CPU can execute per second. Clock speeds are expressed in megahertz (MHz) or gigahertz ((GHz). 16 bit Microprocessor: It indicates the width of the registers. A 16-bit microprocessor can process data and memory addresses that are represented by 16 bits. Eg. 8086 processor 32 bit Microprocessor: It indicates the width of the registers. A 32-bit microprocessor can process data and memory addresses that are represented by 32 bits. Eg. Intel 80386 processor, Intel 80486 64 bit Microprocessor: It indicates the width of the registers; a special high-speed storage area within the CPU. A 32-bit microprocessor can process data and memory addresses that are represented by 32 bits. e.g. Pentium dual core, Core 2 duo. 128 bit Microprocessor: It indicates the width of the registers. A 128-bit microprocessor can process data and memory addresses that are represented by 128 bits. e.g. Intel core i7 Difference between RISC & CISC architecture RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computing): 1. RISC system has reduced number of instructions. 2. Performs only basic functions. 3. All HLL support is done in software. 4. All operations are register to register. CISC (Complex Instruction Set Computing): 1. A large and varied instruction set. 2. Performs basic as well as complex functions. 3. All HLL support is done in Hardware. 4. Memory to memory addressing mode EPIC (Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing): It is a 64-bit microprocessor instruction set, jointly defined and designed by Hewlett Packard and Intel, that provides up to 128 general and floating point unit registers and uses speculative loading, predication, and explicit parallelism to accomplish its computing tasks. By comparison, current 32- bit CISC and RISC microprocessor architectures depend on 32-bit registers, branch prediction, memory latency, and implicit parallelism, which are considered a less efficient approach in micro architecture design. 17 PORTS: A port is an interface between the motherboard and an external device. Different types of port are available on motherboard as serial port, parallel port, PS/2 port, USB port, SCSI port etc. Serial port(COM Port): A serial port transmit data one bit at a time. Typically on older PCs, a modem, mouse, or keyboard would be connected via serial ports. Serial cables are cheaper to make than parallel cables and easier to shield from interference. It is also called communication port. Parallel Port (LPT ports): It supports parallel communication i.e. it can send several bits simultaneously. It provides much higher data transfer speed in comparison with serial port. It is also called Line Printer Port. USB (Universal Serial Bus): It is a newer type of serial connection that is much faster than the old serial ports. USB is also much smarter and more versatile since it allows the "daisy chaining" of up to 127 USB peripherals connected to one port. It provides plug & play communication. PS/2 Port : PS/2 ports are special ports for connecting the keyboard and mouse to some PC systems. This type of port was invented by IBM FireWire Port : The IEEE 1394 interface, developed in late 1980s and early 1990s by Apple as FireWire, is a serial bus interface standard for high-speed communications and isochronous real- time data transfer. The 1394 interface is comparable with USB and often those two technologies are considered together, though USB has more market share. Infrared Port: An IR port is a port which sends and receives infrared signals from other devices. It is a wireless type port with a limited range of 5-10ft. Bluetooth: Bluetooth uses short-range radio frequencies to transmit information from fixed and mobile devices. These devices must be within the range of 32 feet, or 10 meters for Bluetooth to effectively work. A Bluetooth port enables connections for Bluetooth-enabled devices for synchronizing. Typically there are two types of ports: incoming and outgoing. The incoming port enables the device to receive connections from Bluetooth devices while the outgoing port makes connections to Bluetooth devices. Internal Storage encoding of Characters: ASCII ( American standards code for information interchange): ASCII code is most widely 8 used alphanumeric code used in computers. It is a 8- bit code, and so it has 2 =256 possible code groups. It represents all of the standard keyboard characters as well as control functions such as Return & Linefeed functions. ISCII (Indian standards code for information interchange) : To use the Indian language on computers, ISCII codes are used. It is an 8-bit code capable of coding 256 characters. ISCII code retains all ASCII characters and offers coding for Indian scripts also. Unicode: It is a universal coding standard which provides a unique number for every character, no matter what the platform, no matter what the program, no matter what the language. Unicode is a 16-bit code capable of representing more than 65000 characters. The coding for ASCII characters remain the same in Unicode. It can represent almost all the languages of the world. 18 UNIT-2 PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGY Stylistic Guidelines: Writing good program is a skill. This can be developed by using the following guidelines . 1. Meaningful Names for identifiers: A programmer should give the meaningful names to each section of the program so that it can help him to identify the variable used for specific purpose. This helps him to execute the right elements during the complex run of a program. 2. Ensure clarity of expression: Expression carry out the specified action. Thus they must be clearly understood by the users. There should not be any compromise with the clarity of expression. 3. Use of comments and indentations: Comments generally are used as the internal documentation of a program .if comments are used in the program they will guide the program while debugging and checking. While indentation is the proper way of writing to avoid the confusion regarding the flow of program. These highlights nesting of groups of control statements. 4. Insert blank lines and blank spaces: Blank lines should be used to separate long, logically related blocks of code. Specifically Normally in programming the standard for the use of spaces is to follow normal English rules. This means that: Most basic symbols in C++ (e.g., “=”, “+”, etc.) should have at least one space before and one space after them. 5. Statements: Each statement should appear on a separate line. The opening brace following a control statement such as if or while should appear on the line after the if or while, lined up with the left of the control statement, and the closing brace should appear on its own line, lined up with the left of the control statement. The opening and closing braces for a function should be lined up in the same way. The statements within a _____ pair are indented relative to the braces. Characteristics of a Good Program: Following are the characteristics of a good program. 1. Effective and efficient: The program produces correct results and is faster, taking into account the memory constraints. 2. User friendly: The program should be user friendly. The user should not be confused during the program execution . The user should get correct direction and alerts when he is going through the program. 3. Self documenting code: A good program must have self documenting code. This code will help the programmer to identify the part of the source code and clarify their meaning in the program. 4. Reliable: The good program should be able to cope up from any unexpected situations like wrong data or no data. 5. Portable: The program should be able to run on any platform, this property eases the use of program in different situations. 6. Robustness: Robustness is the ability of the program to bounce back an error and to continue operating within its environment 19 PROBLEM SOLVING METHODOLOGY AND TECHNIQUES: To develop an efficient and effective programs we should adopt a proper problem solving methodology and use appropriate techniques. Following are some of the methods and techniques to develop a good program. 1. Understand the problem well: for a good program one should understand the problem well . one should know what exactly is expected from the problem. Knowing the problem well is the half way done. 2. Analyze the program. : Analyzing the problem involves identifying the program specification and defining each program’s minimum number of inputs required for output and processing components. 3. Design : In this phase of design a Model is developed which look alike a program . This phase gives the face to the program. Outputs are designed in this phase. 4. Code program :This step is the actual implementation of the program. In this program algorithm is translated into programming language. in this it is essential to decide which technique or logical will be more appropriate for coding. 5. Test and Debug program.: Once the solution algorithm is coded the next step is to test and debug the program. Testing is the process of finding errors in a program and debugging is of correcting the errors. The developed program is put to test in different conditions and verified at different level for its proper and efficient working. 6. Implementation & Documentation: After successful execution of the program it is implemented. Documentation refers to written descriptions specification, design code and comments, internal and external to program which makes more readable and understandable. Uses of documentation: 1. This becomes an useful interface between a technical personnel and non technical personnel. 2. This is very useful for upkeep and maintenance. 3. Documentation makes ease for any technical emergencies. 4. Very useful in operating for learners and trainers. Algorithm :-Algorithm is a step-by-step process of solving a well-defined computational problem. An algorithm is an effective method expressed as a finite list of well-defined instructions for calculating a function, starting from an initial state and initial input. Thus, a step-by-step procedure to solve the problem is called algorithm. Example: Let us take one simple day-to-day example by writing algorithm for making „Maggi Noodles‟ as a food. Step 1: Start Step 2: Take pan with water Step 3: Put pan on the burner Step 4: Switch on the gas/burner Step 5: Put maggi and masala Step 6: Give two minutes to boil Step 7: Take off the pan Step 8: Take out the magi with the help of fork/spoon Step 9: Put the maggi on the plate and serve it Step 10: Stop. Further, the way of execution of the program shall be categorized into three ways: (i) sequence statements; (ii) selection statements; and (iii) iteration or looping statements. This is also called as „control structure‟. 20

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