CISC *1110 Introduction to Programming Using C++
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CIS 1.5.
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3 hours lecture, 2 hours lab; 4 credits
Algorithms, computers and programs. Writing, debugging, and testing programs. Loops and conditional control structures. Functions and parameter passing. Arrays, strings and simple classes. Sorting, searching and other basic algorithms. Input and output. Programming applications selected from various disciplines. History and basic concepts of computer science. Completion of this course prohibits a student from receiving credit for CISC 1113, 1114, and CISC 1115.
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