A Guide to Working With Visual Logic

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Cengage Learning, Aug 7, 2008 - Computers - 140 pages
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A Guide to Working with Visual Logic is a counterpart to Visual Logic, a simple but powerful tool for teaching programming logic and design without traditional high-level programming language syntax. Visual Logic uses flowcharts to explain essential programming concepts, including variables, input, assignment, output, conditions, loops, procedures, graphics, arrays, and files.
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Contents

INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT
1
MAKING DECISIONS
19
WHILE LOOPS
37
FOR LOOPS AND NESTED LOOPS
59
ARRAYS
73
GRAPHICS AND PROCEDURES
97
VISUAL LOGIC RESERVED WORDS
125
DEBUGGING IN VISUAL LOGIC
126
USING MULTIMEDIA
129
INDEX
130
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Dr. Thad Crews, President of PGS Systems, is an Associate Professor at Western Kentucky University, where he is an award-winning teacher and researcher, focused on computer-based technology for teaching, training, learning and assessment. PGS Systems is committed to developing technologies that are at the cutting edge of the 21st century. He is also one of the key developers of the Visual Logic flowcharting tool.

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