Introduction to Computing

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McGraw-Hill, 1992 - Computers - 258 pages
This is an introduction to computer systems which aims to give the beginner an overview of practical computing. The potential applications of computers are pointed out, and students are encouraged to use computers to solve problems and enhance their own work practices. The book is aimed at those taking an IT conversion course and arts students who need an overview of computing.

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Contents

What is computing?
3
Part Two Computing and information processing
19
The user interface
53
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