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my name is sara
I'm 16 years old

I have java class in the school


and my java teacher gave me some quastion for a jornl ...... but i didn't understand any thing


please help me to answer these quastions: [I]


1) what is algorithm?
2)Give real life example for algorithm.
3)what is flow chart diagrams?
4)standerd symbols used in flow chart.
5)advantages of flow charts.
6)limitation of flowchart.
7) what is UML ( unified modeling language)?
8) Brieft history for UML...




please help me

thanx
 
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That's a long list of basic questions. Could it be your professor wants
you to read the first few chapters of your textbook? If not, use Google.
Wikipedia is a good place to start: enter each term into the search field:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
 
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Woww!
As a father of a 16 year old, I must say this is
a dedicated prof! Poor kid!
 
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we don't have any text book to read from

this list is a journal ..... and I didn't understand what those questions are actually means

I need to understand first..... so that I can go to search for the right answer.
 
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An algorithm is a detailed sequence of actions, to acomplish a task.
 
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I bet you understand a lot more than you think you do.. you just don't know it yet. ..

Let's start simply. When you don't know what a word means, where would you look it up to try and find a meaning? I wonder if there is anything on the Internet that is like that?
 
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I totally agree with Jeff. A quick search for "Algorithm" on Google returned alot of results, with Wikipedia at the top. Another site to try would be www.whatis.com. Good luck!
 
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