Introduction to Programming Logic
Before someone can learn to write a program the programmer must learn the application logic and commands. The next step is to learn the logical construction of a program necessary to write a program. Two of the difficulties of learning to program today are learning the user interface and learning the instructions and formats necessary to communicate with the user interface and underlying compiler or interpreter. After programmers develop this base, they can then learn the most important part–the logic of programming. Even if they never intend to write a program, learning the logic of programming will teach them the critical importance of clear and precise thought and communication through the vehicle of language. This course will teach the participant to be a better “thinker” and communicator in everyday life, as well as in programming.
16 hours / Prerequisite: Introduction to PCs or equivalent knowledge