When studying any subject, it is important to read around the topics entailed in order to better your understanding. Studying a computing course is no exception. Fortunately, there is a world of resources to help anyone better learn and experience how Computing can offer solutions to current and future problems we have in society and more »
Importing Datasets In this video, I demonstrate how to import data from a text file and give examples of how to append data to an existing table and add data to a new table. below are the datasets I used in my databases. Customers dataset – – This has been randomly generated using the website more »
Just a bunch of useful links that you could use while revising for the OCR Computer Science GCSE Online textbook @ https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GCSE_Computer_Science Specification@ https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/558027-specification-gcse-computer-science-j277.pdf Extra Resources @ https://www.cambridgegcsecomputing.org/ https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/zmtchbk https://app.memrise.com/course/1315567/gcse-ocr-computer-science/ https://www.cram.com/flashcards/computer-science-ocr-gcse-11506218 https://teach-ict.com/2016/GCSE_Computing/OCR_J277/OCR_J277_home.html https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsBxhDfwURg-vQASN2ZeHwg https://www.mrfraser.org/ GigaFlop
Adding interactivity to a website can be very simple. Many websites offer content that can be embedded for free such as vimeo, youtube, Souncloud or google Drive documents. This assessment objective looks at how to create interactive elements. The slideshow shared with my students below has many useful video links to help out.
In this tutorial, I demonstrate how to normalise data from a text file dataset into separate tables using Table analyzer in Access 2016. text file available for download below the video. Videos in Series
For loops are used to repeat a section of code a particular number of times. Look at the example below and click on run: In the code above, Range refers to the numbers of times you wish for the code to repeat. We can also use a for loop to iterate over something such more »