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where is "core elements of a program" found on the website?

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  1. privatedealz
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    Thank you. But where exactly did you get this info?

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    Not sure what you mean. MIT has a course called 6.00 (Introduction to Computer Science and Programming) which is available online for free in a section of MIT's website called OCW (Open CourseWare). You can find a lot of free courses there. "Core Elements of a Program" is one of the classes in the 6.00 course.

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