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  • Numeric Usage Types, Editing, and Branching
    • In the first module of this course, we will discuss numeric usage types, editing, and branching, including defining compound and negated conditions, describing four condition names to clarify and reduce coding, using switches in a program, and describing numeric data types of display.
  • Structured Programming, Testing, Debugging, and Reports
    • In the second module of this course, we will discuss structured programming, testing, debugging, and reports, including, defining a calling program and called program, describing types and components of reports, listing steps for proper testing and strategies, recognizing and correcting unstructured code, describing the components of structured programming, and creating readable and maintainable code.
  • Table Handling, Sorting, and Intrinsic Functions
    • In the third module of this course, we will discuss table handling, sorting, and intrinsic functions, including, listing six types of intrinsic functions, describing the sort/merge process, using three examples of sequential search, and describing basic table terminology.