It’s been a while since I have stepped onto the Jet Propulsion Laboratory campus, but I can still remember sitting down and hashing out algorithms that eventually wound up similar statements that I have written up above. A computer can be defined as a general purpose device that can easily be programmed in order to carry a set of logical and arithmetic operations in an automatic manner.
Since a sequence of various operations can be changed easily, the computer is capable of solving more than one kind of a problem. On a conventional basis, a computer consists of at least one element for processing that is typically called a central processing unit. This processing unit or element is responsible for carrying logical as well as arithmetic operations.
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