Computers and Information Processing

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Prentice Hall, 1991 - 610 pages
Aims to introduce the reader to the world of computers, illustrating how to use them. Topics covered include file processing, data communications, databases, computer languages and programming, packaged software, systems analysis and design and information systems.

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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WHAT IS A NUMBER SYSTEM? 561
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WHY LEARN ABOUT COMPUTERS? 2
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