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JSS2: COMPUTER STUDIES - 1ST TERM

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  1. Computer Software | Week 1
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  2. Operating System | Week 2
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  3. Computer Memory: Primary And Secondary Memory | Week 3
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  4. Computer Memory II: Secondary / Auxiliary / External Memory | Week 4
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  5. Number System I | Week 5
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  6. Number System II | Week 6
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  7. Units of Storage In Computer | Week 7
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  8. Problem Solving Skills With Computer | Week 8
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  9. Computer Programming Languages | Week 9
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1. BASIC – Beginners All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code.

2. QBASIC – The ‘Q’ in QBasic stands for Quick.

3. ALGOL – Algorithmic language

4. COBOL – Common Business Oriented Language

5. FORTRAN – Formula Translation

6. HTML – Hyper Text Mark-up Language – Mark-up language and its variants like (XML) are intended to display data, graphics, and media selections especially for users of www but they have become increasingly sophisticated.

7. LOGO – Programming language often used with children, features a simple drawing environment and several higher-level features from LISP

8. PASCAL – Compiled, structured language from ALGOL. It adds data types and structures while simplifying syntax.

9. C – Compiled Structured Programming language. This has been widely used for the development of operating systems and compilers.

10. C++ – Advanced version of C. It is used in numerous fields such as accounting and finance systems and Computer-Aided Design (CAD).

11. JAVA – A programming language designed for programs or applets used over the Internet.

12. LISP – A list-oriented programming language mainly used to manipulate lists of data (often used in research).

13. ADA – A programming language derived from Pascal, used primarily by the military

14. PL/1 – Programming language one. Designed to combine the key features of FORTRAN, COBOL, and ALGOL.

15. Visual Basics – It is used to build applications quickly. Sometimes called Rapid Application Development System.

16. Python – Python is an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programming language with dynamic semantics.

Very High Level Language

The introduction of microcomputers in the early 1980s led to the emergence of very-high-level languages. This was to further ease the work of programmers. The very high-level languages are best suited for database management and the development of business packages. Examples of very high-level languages are Oracle, Paradox, Dbase III, and Dbase IV.

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