A graphical representation of an executing program
"This thesis describes the rationale for a computer program used as a teaching aid, as well as, the design, development, and implementation of that computer program. The program is a prototype that displays, line by line, a graphical depiction of a BASIC program being executed. Icons are used to represent FOR-NEXT loops, the contents of variables, I/0, and other programming elements. The internal logic associated with the Arithmetic-Logic Unit is also represented. The purpose is to produce an environment where the student may visualize the processes occurring in memory by viewing a symbolic portrayal of an executing program. The example program is at an introductory-to intermediate-level, designed to be a review for the novice BASIC programming student"--Abstract, page ii.
Dekock, Arlan R.
Prater, John Bruce, 1932-2002
Dawson, Darrow Finch, 1931-2007
M.S. in Computer Science
University of Missouri--Rolla
v, 45 pages
© 1984 Sherry Ann Lile, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Citation
Computer-assisted instruction -- Design
Computer programs -- Execution
Educational technology -- Design
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Lile, Sherry Ann, "A graphical representation of an executing program" (1984). Masters Theses. 4535.
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