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Imagine that! There was a problem, however. The lightning-fast calculation of a computer was needed during the flight. Computers had to be in control of a lot of the operations. Some NASA genius developed a component, still used today, called the integrated circuit (IC). An integrated circuit (also called a chip) is about the size of a matchbook and black in color and has silver connections that usually run along two sides, making the IC look like a high-tech black beetle. Whereas the transistor replaced vacuum tubes one-for-one, integrated circuits replaced thousands of transistors.
Minicomputers The minicomputer isn’t seen much these days due to the low cost and high power of microcomputers. Minis generally are multiuser computers that can handle up to 200 users connected by screens and keyboards. During the 1970s and 1980s, the minicomputer filled a niche that PCs were not capable of filling at the time. Mainframes were out of reach to a lot of companies, and the PC was not powerful enough for serious multiuser business data processing. The minicomputer was able to handle the invoicing and accounting processing for small businesses.
The output definition goes a long way toward describing what the program is supposed to do. Now you must decide how to accomplish the job. You must order the details that you have so that they operate in a time-ordered fashion. You must also decide which decisions your program must make and the actions produced by each of those decisions. CHAPTER 2 ANATOMY OF A PROGRAM 37 Step 3: Write the Program Now for the big finale! Once the output is defined and the logic determined to get that output, you must go to the computer and generate the code—the programming language statements—you need to get there.
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Programming (2nd Edition) by Greg M. Perry