IPC144 - Introduction To Programming Using C
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Introduction To Programming Using C
This first subject in computer programming emphasizes problem solving strategies using structured programming techniques. The C programming language is used to introduce problem analysis, algorithm design, and program implementation. Students work in a LINUX environment.
1 credit in the CPAC/CTY/CPD/CPA Program
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Describe the major components of a computer
2. Select appropriate data types for variables
3. Write programs that use one dimensional arrays
4. Describe the internal representation of variables
5. Perform walkthroughs of algorithms or programs
6. Document C programs using comments
7. Use structured programming constructs to write modular programs
8. Write programs that read text data from files and write text data to files
9. Develop algorithms to solve basic programming problems
10. Apply structured testing and debugging techniques to C programs
11. Appropriately localize variables, including the use of parameter passing between modules
12. Edit, compile and run C programs
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