# Self Paced Reading Labs/Computer Science

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/Punctution Characters: are shown inside the open and close brackets ( )

( _ ) underscore | ( . ) full stop | ( ? ) Question mark | ( : ) Colon | ( ; )Semi colon | ( ! )Exclamation mark | ( & ) And | ( @ ) at sign | ( , ) comma | ( # ) hash key | ( Left Open bracket | ) Right Open bracket | { Left brace | } Right brace | [ Left Angled bracket | ] Right Angled bracket |( ' ) Single quote | ( " )Double quote |( | ) Vertical line | ( :. ) Phase Enter | ( .: ) Phase Exit

/Arithmetic Character signs : are shown inside the open and close brackets ( ) ( + ) Plus sign | ( - ) Minus sign | ( * = × ) Multiplication sign | ( % = 0.0 ) Percentage sign | ( ÷ ) Division sign | ( Π ) Pie sign | ( √ ) Square root sign |

/Numerical Characters : are shown inside the open and close brackets ( ) ( 1 ) One | ( 2 ) Two | ( 3 ) Three | ( 4 ) Four | ( 5 ) Five | ( 6 ) Six | ( 7 ) Seven | ( 8 ) Eight | ( 9 ) Nine | ( 0 ) Zero |

/Currency Characters : are shown in the open and closing brackets ( ) ( Currency signs are available in respect to the country, for more information please view this search for legal foreign exchange or just foreign exchange in the wiki search bar. )

/Data types : are shown in the open and close brackets ( ) ( Arrays ( One Dimensional arrays) , ( Two Dimensional arrays) , ( Three Dimensional arrays) , ( Jagged arrays) ) | ( Integers ) | ( Constants) | ( String ) | ( Scalar ) | ( Decimal ) | ( Double ) | ( Single ) | ( Float ) | ( 2 Bit digit ) | ( 4 Bit digit) | ( 6 Bit digit ) | ( 8 Bit digit ) | ( 10 Bit Digit ) up to ( 32 Bit digits ) , ( 64 Bit digits ) , ( 128 Bit digits ) and even higher.....etc

/Variables : are shown in open and close brackets ( ) Variables can be defined by the bounds that host them in their environment. Example in VB.net a string would be the variable name [ Code ] , [ as ] to allow the data type definition , [ str ] is short for string to make code easier to read no matter how much there is coded and so the data type [ string ] declared with the [ Dim for Dimension ] , and i wrote this mixed ip so you could look at the example and think about it a bit so it would like this in code :. dim strCode as string = "" .:

Variables are the holders of the programmers content, whether it be counting or even holding three dimesional values to resemble the real world entities and intermingle with other variables to exchange values and figures to create returns properly.

/Computer Science The attachment and dettachment of a piece of Velcro from a cotton shirt is symmetrical to computer science. Velcro is made from a discovery of a plant sticking to clothing and so thus was discovered that well ,how about making a synthetic version of that and so then Velcro came about to being in existence and so the plant was plucked out of its environment, so in relation to Computer Science translated there's a lot of ways to look at that however I like to use more of generalised examples hence Clothing material Velcro because everybody wears clothing and so in translation the plant is an application in its environment let's say operating system of some sort, the clothing is the client or person interacting with the application so when the application is added or removed in its environment is when the plant is planted and so the clothing being the customer would interact with the plant making requests , processing information and getting feedback then the application would continue as allowed or it would be stopped and so the environment would remain the same but only the application would change so this is a multilayered and stacked environment in Computer Science whereby each layer would communicate to the uppermost and lowest to sacumb to a common understanding of processings happening.

In Computer Science there's a lot of programming languages out there for everyone who's interesting in reading and practising to know more about them and there correlative intrinsic abilities and because I used VB.net as of this writing as an exemplary one its not its just a language that's amongst those easier to undstand and so takes less practise and repetition , however all languages are easy to understand so it's mere optional opinion opted.