# 'Scalar variable' presentation slideshows

## Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Expressions and Assignment Statements. Chapter 7. The slides for this course are based on the course textbook: Sebesta, Robert, Concepts of Programming Languages , 7th Edition, Addison Wesley, 2006 .

By niveditha
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## Chapter 10: Arrays

Chapter 10: Arrays. Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET, Second Edition. Using a One-Dimensional Array Lesson A Objectives. Declare and initialize a one-dimensional array Store data in a one-dimensional array Display the contents of a one-dimensional array

By niabi
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## On Some Recent Developments in Numerical Methods for Relativistic MHD

On Some Recent Developments in Numerical Methods for Relativistic MHD as seen by an astrophysicist with some experience in computer simulations Serguei Komissarov School of Mathematics University of Leeds UK. Recent reviews in Living Reviews in Relativity

By karli
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## More Perl Control Flow

More Perl Control Flow. Learning Objectives: To learn more commands for control flow To apply the new commands learnt for writing tidier program To understand the limitation of using some control flow statements. Perl Arrays and Lists. Table of Content Control Flow Unless Until

By terrel
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## Lsa

Daejun Park, ROPAS, SNU Lightweight Static Analysis for Buffer Overrun Errors of C programs. Lsa. Example, pointer analysis. int foo () { int arr[10]; int ret; ret = bar(arr, 10) return arr[ret]; } int bar (int *p, int x) { int i; i = 0; while 1 (i < x) { p[i] = i;

By milly
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## Perl part 1

Perl part 1. What is perl?. Why perl ？. Good for bioinformatics and web programming Suit for all the operating systems Suit for all kinds of computer Ease of Programming Rapid Prototyping Portability, Speed, and Program Maintenance. Versions of Perl. Perl Version 5

By aspen
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## Fundamentals of Web Programming

Fundamentals of Web Programming. Lecture 8: Perl Basics. Introduction to Perl. Basic data and variable types. Scalars, arrays, hashes. Basic control structures: if-then, while, foreach . Example: generating HTML tables. Adding your own pages/scripts to Apache. Perl characteristics .

By lise
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## Welcome to lecture 3: An introduction to programming in PERL

Welcome to lecture 3: An introduction to programming in PERL. IGERT – Sponsored Bioinformatics Workshop Series Michael Janis and Max Kopelevich, Ph.D. Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, UCLA. Last time…. We covered a bit of material… Try to keep up with the reading – it’s all in there!

By asasia
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## A Stroll through Perl

A Stroll through Perl. (R L Schwartz & T Christiansen, O’Reilly) PERL = Practical Extraction and Report Language. A major strength of Perl is the recognition and substitution of text sequences called regular expressions. This is useful for:

By derry
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## Introduction to Perl for Bioinformatics

Introduction to Perl for Bioinformatics. Thursday, April 7. Programming languages. Self-contained language Platform-independent Used to write O/S C (imperative, procedural) C++, Java (object-oriented) Lisp, Haskell, Prolog (functional) Scripting language Closely tied to O/S

By dagan
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## Perl Tutorial

Perl Tutorial. Why PERL ???. Practical extraction and report language Similar to shell script but lot easier and more powerful Easy availablity All details available on web. Why PERL ???. Perl stands for practical extraction and report language.

By fritz-dale
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## Perl for Bioinformatics Part 2

Perl for Bioinformatics Part 2. Stuart Brown NYU School of Medicine. Sources . Beginning Perl for Bioinformatics James Tisdall, O’Reilly Press, 2000 Using Perl to Facilitate Biological Analysis in Bioinformatics: A Practical Guide (2nd Ed.) Lincoln Stein, Wiley-Interscience, 2001

By tatyana-blanchard
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## A Brief Introduction to Perl

A Brief Introduction to Perl. Part I. A Brief Introduction to Perl. Introduction Scalar Data Variables Operators If-Else Control Structures While Control Structures Standard Input Lists and Arrays. Introduction. Perl 1 - Created by Larry Wall in 1987 Stable Release: Perl 5.10.1.

By davis-king
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## Fundamentals of Web Programming

Fundamentals of Web Programming. Lecture 8: Perl Basics. Introduction to Perl. Basic data and variable types. Scalars, arrays, hashes. Basic control structures: if-then, while, foreach . Example: generating HTML tables. Adding your own pages/scripts to Apache. Perl characteristics .

By vstevens
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## Programming Language Concepts Perl Scalar Data

Programming Language Concepts Perl Scalar Data. Adapted by Carl Reynolds from materials by Sean P. Strout. What is Scalar Data. Scalar means “one of something” Number – 255 or 3.25e20 String – hello Singular vs. plural Numbers and strings are interchangeable

By hbrewer
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