- show understanding of what is meant by a programming paradigm
- show understanding of the characteristics of a number of programming paradigms (low-level, imperative, object-oriented, declarative)
- write code to define a record structure
- write code to perform file-processing operations: open or close a file; read or write a record to a file
- use pseudocode for random file handling
- write code to perform file-processing operations on serial, sequential and random files
- show understanding of an exception and the importance of exception handling
- show understanding of when it is appropriate to use exception handling
- write code to use exception handling in practical programming
- describe features in editors that benefit programming
- know when to use compilers and interpreters
- describe facilities available in debuggers and how and when they should be deployed.
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