Programming Languages and IDEs OCR GCSE Computer Science Workbook (J277)

This FREE programming languages and IDEs workbook is perfect for students studying for the OCR GCSE (9-1) in computer science and has been updated to completely cover the new specification J277.

It can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. In this resource you will receive an interactive PDF workbook so your students can either print it out and complete the activities by hand or fill it in electronically making this an ideal workbook for use in school or for students studying at home.

The answer booklet is provided as a separate PDF file so you can assign your students the workbook without including the answers.

This free 12-page workbook completely covers the new specification J277 2.5 Programming Logic and Integrated Development Environments (IDE) theory.

Table of Contents:

  • Characteristics and purpose of different levels of programming languages
  • Machine Code
  • Assembly language
  • High-level languages
  • The purpose of translators
  • Source code
  • Compilers
  • Integrated development environments (IDEs)
  • Editors
  • Error diagnostics
  • Run-time environments
  • Translators

You may also be interested in these workbooks which have also been written to cover the J277 specification:
Systems Architecture
Memory and Storage
Computer networks, connections and protocols
Network Security
Systems Software
Ethical, Legal, Cultural and Environmental Impacts
Programming Fundamentals
Producing Robust Programs
Boolean Logic


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