A Level Computer Science: Integrated development environment
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Integrated development environment
Integrated development environment consists of an editor with an interpreter and or compiler and debugging tools. Editor is a tool used by the programmer to write, edit and save codes. Editor looks like a word processor, but formatting options are not provided because formatting could contaminate the embedded codes. Editors also make the process of writing codes simpler. The codes written using editors are more readable.
This A Level Computer Science module introduces integrated development environment to your students, explaining:
- Debugging using IDE
- Types of errors
- Different types of test data
- Trace tables: finding and correcting errors in algorithms
More Problem solving and programming Modules
Integrated development environment is one lesson in our Problem solving and programming module. The other theory lessons can be found below: