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CPU Fetch Decode Execute simulator for OCR A Level

CPUs work by following the fetch decode execute cycle. At Key Stage 3, students in the UK need to have a good idea of the process as a whole: The fetch decode execute cycle is the loop that CPUs constantly follow in order to get, understand and do each instruction in a program. At Key

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Pseudocode, Python, VB.NET Quick Reference for GCSE Computer Science

To help staff and students quickly find useful code snippets in VB.NET, Python or pseudocode (for GCSE Computer Science with OCR, AQA, Edexcel or Eduqas) I’ve been putting together this website. It aims to be a pseudocode, Python, VB.NET quick reference guide so you can quickly find definitions of key terms, a simple explanation of

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Python wordpress plugin: easily embed and run python code in your website

Create.withcode.uk is designed to allow anyone to write, run, debug and share python code that runs in your browser. It’s designed primarily for use in schools to allow teachers to quickly share code with students that they can adapt, debug and use. Here’s an example python program that asks you for your name then says

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