Programming Languages for MIS: Concepts and Practice by Hai Wang, Shouhong Wang PDF

By Hai Wang, Shouhong Wang

ISBN-10: 1482222663

ISBN-13: 9781482222661

Programming Languages for MIS: innovations and Practice offers a synopsis of the main machine programming languages, together with C++, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, VB.NET, C#.NET, ASP.NET, personal home page (with MySQL), XML (with XSLT, DTD, and XML Schema), and SQL. excellent for undergraduate scholars in IS and IT courses, this textbook and its past models were utilized in the authors’ sessions for the prior 15 years.

Focused on internet program improvement, the publication considers client-side computing, server-side computing, and database functions. It emphasizes programming recommendations, together with established programming, object-oriented programming, client-side programming, server-side programming, and graphical person interface.

  • Introduces the fundamentals of laptop languages besides the main features of all procedural computing device languages
  • Covers C++ and the basic techniques of the 2 programming paradigms: function-oriented and object-oriented
  • Considers HTML, JavaScript, and CSS for web content development
  • Presents VB.NET for graphical consumer interface development
  • Introduces Hypertext Preprocessor, a well-liked open resource programming language, and explains using the MySQL database in PHP
  • Discusses XML and its better half languages, together with XSTL, DTD, and XML Schema

With this publication, scholars study the ideas shared via all laptop languages in addition to the original gains of every language. This self-contained textual content comprises workout questions, undertaking necessities, file codecs, and operational manuals of programming environments. A attempt financial institution and solutions to workout questions also are on hand upon certified path adoption.

This publication offers professors with the chance to constitution a direction which include designated modules: the educating module and the undertaking module. The instructing module provides an outline of consultant desktop languages. The venture module offers scholars with the chance to achieve hands-on adventure with some of the desktop languages via projects.

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H), which has two subclasses named FULLTIMEEMPLOYEE and PARTTIMEEMPLOYEE. 27 OOP design for the payroll example. InitEmployee(EmployeeNumber); 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 //Different payroll schemes for full-­ time vs. h" class EMPLOYEE { // protected attributes may be used by subclasses (derived class) protected: char EmployeeNumber[5]; char EmployeeName[30]; char EmployeeAddress[30]; char EmployeeCategory[5]; //"F" for full-­ time, "P" for part-­ time 11 public: 12 EMPLOYEE() 13 { 14 // The constructor is defined by void InitEmployee(int); 15 }; 16 // The following procedure simulates a database or data file 17 void InitEmployee(char *EmpID) { 18 if (strcmp(EmpID, "123")==0) { 19 strcpy_s(EmployeeNumber, "123"); 20 strcpy_s(EmployeeName, "Ann"); 21 strcpy_s(EmployeeAddress, "A Street"); 22 strcpy_s(EmployeeCategory, "F"); }; 23 if (strcmp(EmpID, "234")==0) { 24 strcpy_s(EmployeeNumber, "234"); 25 strcpy_s(EmployeeName, "Bill"); 26 strcpy_s(EmployeeAddress, "B Street"); 27 strcpy_s(EmployeeCategory, "P"); }; 28 if (strcmp(EmpID, "345")==0) { 29 strcpy_s(EmployeeNumber, "345"); 30 strcpy_s(EmployeeName, "Connie"); 31 strcpy_s(EmployeeAddress, "C Street"); 32 strcpy_s(EmployeeCategory, "F"); }; 33 if (strcmp(EmpID, "456")==0) { 34 strcpy_s(EmployeeNumber, "456"); 35 strcpy_s(EmployeeName, "Dany"); 36 strcpy_s(EmployeeAddress, "D Street"); 37 strcpy_s(EmployeeCategory, "P"); }; 38 if (strcmp(EmpID, "567")==0) { 39 strcpy_s(EmployeeNumber, "567"); 40 strcpy_s(EmployeeName, "Ed"); 41 strcpy_s(EmployeeAddress, "E Street"); 42 strcpy_s(EmployeeCategory, "F"); }; 43 }; 46 P r o g r a m min g L a n guag e s f o r MIS 44 // Methods 45 char *ReturnEmployeeNumber() { return EmployeeNumber; }; 46 char *ReturnEmployeeName() { return EmployeeName; }; 47 char *ReturnEmployeeAdd() { return EmployeeAddress; }; 48 char *ReturnEmployeeCategory() { return EmployeeCategory; }; 49 }; 50 // Subclass FULLTIMEEMPLOYEE.

If a C program has two or more called-­functions, the order of the called-­ functions in the program is not important because the function names as their identifiers are used in the program. The calling-­function passes the corresponding value for each of the arguments (or parameters) to the called-­function for processing. If the called-­function returns a result to the calling-­function, the type of the return value is the type of the called-­function. If there is no return value, the return type (and thus the type of the function) is void.

Lines 23–38 are a for-­loop. It generates data for the loan terms up to 3 years. Lines 25–37 are another for-­loop embedded in the first for-­loop. This for-­loop generates data for five different interest rate levels. Within this loop, line 26 generates the annual interest rate. Since this program is to display the monthly payment for a loan and the loan term is usually expressed in years, we must change the number of years to the number of months. Line 28 calls the function GetLoanTerm to make a conversion.

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