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This textbook, presented in a clear and friendly writing style, provides students of Class XI with a thorough introduction to the discipline of computer science. It offers accurate and balanced coverage of all the computer science topics as prescribed in the CBSE syllabus Code 083. Assuming no previous knowledge of computer science, this book discusses key computing concepts to provide invaluable insight into how computers work. It prepares students for the world of computing by giving them a solid foundation in programming concepts, operating systems, problem solving methodology, C++ programming language, data representation, and computer hardware. KEY FEATURES • Explains theory in user friendly and easy-to-approach style • Teaches C++ from scratch; knowledge of C is not needed • Provides Programming Examples • Gives Practical Exercise • Provides Answers to Short Questions • Gives Practice Questions at the end of each chapter • Suitable for Self-Study
As computer technology has advanced – and along with it the development of the internet – the utility and benefits that they have brought with them have made them indispensible to modern society. With the ever increasing reliance on such technology and its pervasiveness in personal and professional life, it was inevitable that it should come to be used in ways which society has decided are contrary to the public interest and therefore worthy of disapprobation and criminal sanction. To this end, Parliament has found itself having to legislate in order to criminalise certain acts involving computer technology which did not exist prior to the development of the technology. On the other side...