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Explain the difference between using a computer program and programming acomputer

C++ for Everyone | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9780470927137 | Authors: Cay S. Horstmann ISBN: 9780470927137 356

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Problem R1.1

Explain the difference between using a computer program and programming acomputer.

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Problem R1.1

Explain the difference between using a computer program and programming a computer.

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Computer Program:

 A computer program is defined as the sequence of instructions to solve a problem. It is written by using a computer language. A computer language can be high level language or low-level language. A computer program instructs the computer to perform a certain task. It is written by a computer programmer. Computer program used in a wide range of applications.

Example: MS word, MS excel, Chrome, Paint etc are some software program examples.

Programming Computer:

Programming a computer means performing some instructions that are embedded into the microcontroller or microprocessor of the computer. A microcontroller is a chip, which is programmable. Programming a computer depends on user requirements such as storage of memory, IO pins and clock frequency. So that a computer is designed based on the requirement of the user by programming the IC.

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Textbook: C++ for Everyone
Edition: 2
Author: Cay S. Horstmann
ISBN: 9780470927137

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