Just a few years ago a new buzzword exploded upon the American scene and it rapidly became a household expression. The new phrase was "computer literacy" and it stirred a lot of questions concerning "what is it?" and "how do we obtain it?". Though very few denied the significance of computer literacy as a societal issue, it soon became apparent that there were numerous definitions of the term. However, one aspect of the "how do we obtain it" question seemed to have almost universal acceptance from the start, and that was the issue of programming being a part of any computer literacy training.



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