Abstraction in Pascal (Swinburne CodeCasts - Introduction to Programming in Pascal 6.1)

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In this video, Andrew and Jake take a look at Abstraction. Abstraction is the idea of moving the information of your programs to data, rather than having it in the code. This allows for more powerful and robust applications.

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Andrew Cain (Faculty of Science Engineering and Technology)
Jake Renzella (Faculty of Science Engineering and Technology)
Reuben Wilson (Faculty of Science Engineering and Technology)
Cliff Warren (Faculty of Science Engineering and Technology)

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2015


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