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    The programming process is a problem solving process, and it consists of the following activities:
    1. Defining the problem.
    2. Preparing an algorithm.
    3. Preparing a program flowchart.
    4. Coding the program.
    5. Debugging and testing.
    6. Documenting.

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    A computer program consists of a group of instructions for a computer that cause it to perform a desired task.

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    A description of the sequence of steps required to solve a problem.

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    We must consider the computer's limited capabilities during preparing algorithm as follows:
    • A computer can perform arithmetic operations: + , - , *, and /
    • It can compare two things and, on the basis of the result of the comparison, choose among alternative courses of action.
    • It can move data about in its memory.
    • The computer can also input data and output results.

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    This is the first attempt of preparing an algorithm to solve a specific job that let the computer to do. In this algorithm, it may miss some sequence of steps or it may have any logical error.

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