A Level Computer Science: Arrays, tuples and records
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Arrays, tuples and records
Arrays are a form of data structure used to store a set of data elements in a certain order. All the data elements should be of the same data type. An array can store a set of integer values or a set of character strings.
This A Level Computer Science module introduces arrays, tuples and records to your students, explaining:
- Why are variables not enough in real-life programming?
- What are data structures?
- What are arrays and tuples?
- Accessing arrays and tuples using Python programming language
- What are records?
- How are records implemented?
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Arrays, tuples and records is one lesson in our Data types, data structures and algorithms module. The other theory lessons can be found below: