Federal Board Islamabad FBISE Matric Class Computer Science For 2015

Data Representation
i. Data definition:
- Numeric, alphabetic and alphanumeric
ii. Number systems:
- Decimal, Binary, Octal & Hexadecimal
iii. Number system conversion
iv. Representation of numbers using (1’s) and (2’s) complements
v. Binary arithmetic:
- Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
vi. Fixed and floating point number representation
vii. Code:
- Coding scheme (Binary Coded Decimal, ASCII)
2. Boolean Algebra
i. Boolean constant, variable, logical operators, Boolean expressions,
Boolean functions
ii. Laws and theorems of Boolean algebra
iii. Truth tables
iv. Simplification of Boolean functions, laws and Karnaugh maps
3. Problem Solving
i. Defining the problem
ii. Analysis of the problem, illustrated with examples
iii. Algorithms
iv. Flow charts:
- Flow charts symbols, examples of flow charts using daily life
v. Computer programming:
- Conversion of flow chart, algorithm into computer language
vi. Running and debugging programs
vii. Implementation
viii. Documentation
4. Data Types Assignment (INPUT/OUTPUT) Statement
i. Character sets, reserved words, commands and statements
ii. Numeric and strings
iii. Constants and variables
iv. Operators: arithmetic, relational and logical
v. Hierarchy of operators, expressions
vi. Arithmetic, relational and logical
vii. Assignment statements
viii. Input, READ-DATA
5. Control Statements i. Go to, ON – GO TO
ii. If – Then – Else, on Error – Go to…
iii. For … Next statement, While and Wend statement, Loops and nested
6. Arrays
i. One and two – dimensional arrays
ii. Reading, writing and manipulation of arrays
7. Sub-Program and File Handling
i. Functions:
- Built-in functions (ABS, INT, RND, SQR, LOG, EXP, SIN, COS,
TIME$, INKEY$, SPACE$) and user defined functions
ii. Subroutines
iii. Reading and writing into files
8. Graphics
i. Sketching and drawing of graphics using utilities such as DRAW and
ii. Generating lines, rectangles, circles etc
For Class X (marks 20)
1. Writing a program to demonstrate simple arithmetic operations (e.g. calculation of
the area of a triangle, volume of a cylinder and speed of an object, conversion of
temperature from °C to °F and vice-versa).
2. Writing a program to demonstrate the use of formatted input/output statements,
(calculation of class grades for different students, selection of the largest number
out of given 10 numbers without using a list).
3. Writing a program that uses iteration statements (write a program that reads 5
values from user and find the mean value and compare the mean value against an
actual value of 9.8 meters/sec2
4. Writing a program that reads 10 values into an array and after doing some
arithmetic operations, prints the desired results.
5. Repeating Experiment No.3 using a sub-routine, named average and call this subroutine
in the main program.
6. Drawing a line, a circle and a rectangle using system defined built-in functions for
The question papers will be syllabus oriented. However, the following books are
recommended for reference and supplementary reading:
1. Computer Science
National Book Foundation, Islamabad.
2. Computer Science
Punjab Text Book Board, Lahore. 3. Computer Science
NWFP Textbook Board, Peshawar.
4. Computer Science
Baluchistan Textbook Board, Quetta.
5. A Textbook of Computer Science for class IX-X,
Prof. Shaukat Ayub Burki,
Gaba Educational Book,
Urdu Bazaar, M.A. Jinnah Road, Karachi

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