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This article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of two out of many different programming styles, structured and object-oriented programming.

Today, computers use many sorts of programming languages. A programming language is a set of instructions that instruct the central processing unit (CPU) inside a computer to accomplish and perform a specifically defined task.…

BASIC’s popularity really took off in the 1970s and 1980s, when home computers first became available. Most machines came with a version of BASIC, which became many people’s introduction to programming. The syntax of the language was straightforward and easy to learn, and allowed people to write software to help them in their businesses, or as a hobby.…

In 1945, computers filled entire rooms and produced a lot of heat that attracted bugs, which crawled inside the machines and caused short circuits. On 9 September 1945, American computer scientist Grace Hopper (1906–1992) found that a moth had caused a malfunction in the Harvard Mark II computer, and she taped the moth into the computer’s log book.…

An influential mathematician, George Boole (1815–1864) didn’t have much access to formal education and was mostly self-taught. He invented Boolean logic as a systematic, mathematical approach to ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle’s theory of categorical logic – rules used to determine if a statement is true or false.…

This mechanical analogue computer was invented in the 1600s. The middle section of the ruler could be slid out to work out mathematical functions by reading the numbers on the scale.…

An analogue computer stores and processes data by using physical quantities, such as weight, length, or voltage, as opposed to a digital computer, which stores data as binary code on its hard drive. While digital computers are limited to two values (0 and 1), every single unit of analogue data can give precise answers.…

In 1928, American company IBM redesigned the punch card to have 80 columns of 12 potential holes. A light shone on each card as it was fed into the computer. If there was no hole, the light was blocked and the machine read in a 0.…

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