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Author Woolf, Alex, 1964- author.
Title You wouldn't want to live without coding! / written by Alex Woolf ; illustrated by David Antram.
Pub Info New York : Franklin Watts, an Imprint of Scholastic Inc., 2019.
book jacket
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Descript 32 pages , 3 unnumbered pages : color illustrations, 25 cm.
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Series You wouldn't want to
You wouldn't want to--
Audience 900L Lexile
Note Accelerated Reader MG 6.0 1 1 199194
Includes index.
Contents How do you code a computer? -- How did coding begin? -- Who invented the first computers? -- How did computers develop? -- What are programming languages? -- How has the Internet affected coding? -- Who creates computer programs? -- What is debugging? -- What is hacking? -- What is a computer virus? -- How does coding help us? -- What is the future of coding?
Summary Without coding, all the computers in the world would just be useless boxes of plastic and metal. You could feed information into them, but they wouldnt know what to do with it. Coding means creating a set of instructions (or algorithms) that tells a computer how to perform a task. Another word for coding is programming. Learn about how much we rely on coding in our daily lives to control things such as smartphones and laptops, kitchen appliances, weather forecasts, traffic lights, heating systems, elevators, cars, and the greenhouses where our food is grown.
Subject Computer programming.
Computer programming.
Add Author Antram, David, 1958- illustrator.
ISBN 9780531128121 (library binding)
0531128121 (library binding)
9780531193600 (paperback)
0531193608 (paperback)
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