Understanding Types, Variables, and Statements

  • Harold Davis


In Chapter 1, “Getting Started,” I told you that a computer program is made up of statements in much the way that an essay written in English is comprised of sentences. These statements, which follow specific rules of syntax and grammar, tell the computer what to do. This chapter explains what goes into a statement and how you put statements together.


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