hybrid programming

hybrid programming

[′hī·brəd ′prō‚gram·iŋ]
(computer science)
Hybrid system routines that handle timing, function generation, and simulation.
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Key areas Lopez and his administration will work on include partnering with Chicago Public Schools around early college, expanding portfolio programs such as the arts and continuing education, and the largest effort, expanding online and hybrid programming.
Hybrid programming environment [30] is the educational programming environment that concurrently supports both a tile scripting interface such as scratch [13] and a textual programming interface.
Through the characteristic of hybrid programming environment, which supports two types of programming interface, learners can use tile scripting interface by using general textual programming languages such as 'C language'.
Programming activities that utilize the hybrid programming environment, first configures the algorithm-based programming frame in the workspace by using the tile in the tile window, then goes on to create programming codes based on the functions that are provided in the programming language in each tile.
3.2 Details of the Programming Learning Activity Process with Hybrid Programming Environment
Hybrid programming presumes that learners are connected.
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