CS201 (Handouts)

CS201 (Handouts)


Course Name: INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
Course Code: CS201

The course uses the Dev-C++ Integrated Development Environment (IDE) as the vehicle for instruction. Starting with basic programming concepts, the course develops skill in handling decision and looping structures. Moving on through the concept of pointers and arrays, the course covers the essentials of the C programming language while staying away from object-oriented concepts. The premise is that a good grounding in structured programming will be required when moving into the object-oriented domain that would be covered in depth in a later course. After covering file-handling and unions and structures, the course will finally introduce the concept of classes and public and private members with an introduction to function overloading. The object-oriented concepts of polymorphism, virtual functions and protected data members will not be covered in this course. The course uses the C++ input/output system rather than the traditional C I/O. The practice sessions are kept away from "windows" type programming to ensure that mastering the basic concepts is not clouded by unnecessary details at this stage.
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Course Name: INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
Course Code: CS201

The course uses the Dev-C++ Integrated Development Environment (IDE) as the vehicle for instruction. Starting with basic programming concepts, the course develops skill in handling decision and looping structures. Moving on through the concept of pointers and arrays, the course covers the essentials of the C programming language while staying away from object-oriented concepts. The premise is that a good grounding in structured programming will be required when moving into the object-oriented domain that would be covered in depth in a later course. After covering file-handling and unions and structures, the course will finally introduce the concept of classes and public and private members with an introduction to function overloading. The object-oriented concepts of polymorphism, virtual functions and protected data members will not be covered in this course. The course uses the C++ input/output system rather than the traditional C I/O. The practice sessions are kept away from "windows" type programming to ensure that mastering the basic concepts is not clouded by unnecessary details at this stage.
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