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The act of designing and implementing these programs is called computer programming. In this book, you will learn how to program a computer—that is, how to direct the computer to execute tasks. To use a computer you do not need to do any programming. When you write a term paper with a word processor, that program has been programmed by the manufacturer and is ready for you to use. That is only to be expected—you can drive a car without being a mechanic and toast bread without being an electrician.
3333333, a value that is close to, but not exactly equal to 1 . 0000001, not 0, as a result of the roundoff 3 error. We will consider such errors logic errors, because the programmer should have chosen a more appropriate calculation scheme that handles overﬂow or roundoff correctly. Logic errors are constructs that can be translated into a running program, but the resulting program does not perform the intended action. 10 • The Compilation Process The programmer is responsible for inspecting and testing the program to guard against logic errors.
This is the task of another computer program: a so-called assembler. It takes the sequence of characters “mov %eax”, translates it into the command code 161, and carries out similar operations on the other commands. Assemblers have another feature: they can give names to memory locations as well as to instructions. Our program sequence might be checking that some interest rate is greater than 100 percent, and the interest rate might be stored in memory location 40000. It is usually not important where a value is stored; any available memory location will do.