Relational operations in a programming language

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3.1

Programming

3.2.1

Data types

3.2.2

Programming concepts

3.2.3

Arithmetic operations

3.2.4

Relational operations

3.2.5

Boolean operations

3.2.6

Data structures

3.2.7

Input/output and file handling

3.2.8

String handling operations

3.2.9

Random number generation

3.2.10

Subroutines

3.2.11

Structured programming

3.2.12

Robust and secure programming

3.3.13

Classification of programming languages

 

Syllabus content

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Be familiar with and be able to use:

  • • equal to
  • • not equal to
  • • less than
  • • greater than
  • • less than or equal to
  • • greater than or equal to.
 

Students should be able to use these operators within their own programs and be able to interpret them when used within algorithms. Note that different languages may use different symbols to represent these operators. In assessment material we will use the following symbols:

=, ≠, <, >, ≤, ≥

 

Relational operations in a programming language

Relational operations in a programming language

Relational operations in a programming language.

 

 

3.1 Fundamentals of algorithms

3.2 Programming

3.3 Fundamentals of data representation

3.4 Computer systems

3.5 Fundamentals of computer networks

3.6 Fundamentals of cyber security

3.7 Ethical, legal and environmental impacts of digital technology on wider society, including issues of privacy

3.8 Aspects of software development

Glossary and other links

Glossary of computing terms.

AQA 8520: The 2016 syllabus

AQA pseudocode guide