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Developing a Software Solution (using Visual Basic)

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Course Components • Defining and understanding the problem • Planning and designing software solutions • Implementation of software solutions Outcomes Assessed H1.1 – Explains the interrelationship between hardware and software. H1.3 – Describes how the major components of a computer system store and manipulate data. H4.1 – Identifies needs to which software solutions are appropriate. H6.2 – Communicates the processes involved in a software solution to an inexperienced user.

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Computer programming Computing Software engineering Compiler construction Programming language implementation Source code Software development process Compiler Syntax Rapid application development Parsing User interface design
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Computer programming Computing Software engineering Compiler construction Programming language implementation Source code Software development process Compiler Syntax Rapid application development Parsing User interface design
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Translation is when source code is processed and translated into source code to become operate able. In software solutions there are two main methods of translating high-level codes into machine code: Compilation and Interpretation. Of the two, the compilation method is the most popular. The method of interpretation translates code line by line immediately in a linear fashion processing the source code into object code. On the other hand, the main method of translation, compilation involves three stages. These stages are, in specific order: Lexical Analysis, Syntactical Analysis and Code Generation. Lexical Analysis (Scanning) The first phase of the compilation is Lexical Analysis. In defin...
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