Computing and coding in the real world /

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by Gifford, Clive,
[ 01. English Non Fiction ] Series: Get connected to digital literacy. Physical details: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm. Subject(s): Computer programming --Social aspects. | Computers --Social aspects. | Technology --Social aspects. 01. English Non Fiction Item type : 01. English Non Fiction
Location Collection Call Number Status Date Due
West Royalty Elementary School Non fiction PB 005.1 GIF Available

"First published in 2017 by Wayland."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Computing all around us -- Input and output -- All about algorithms -- Real-world algorithms -- Sensors -- Coding decisions -- In control -- Barcodes and stock control -- Where am I? -- Money matters -- Working with robots -- 3D printing -- The internet of things.


Grade 4 to 6.

Coding is all around us in the real world if you know where to look. This informative book shows young readers how machines such as scanners at the grocery store use coding, and how they connect to databases for inventory and for payment. Easy-to-follow text breaks down "IF, THEN" statements and other rules of coding that make things such as light sensors on street lights and 3-D printers work. -- Publisher description.