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2432 Programming in C++
TTh 10:00am - 4:30pm
In this advanced course students will quickly learn the basics of the UNIX operating system and then dive into the world of C++ programming. Students will begin by covering concepts from C such as pointers, structures, and standard library functions. From there they will move on to advanced data structures like stacks, queues, lists and trees, and to developing algorithms, both individually and as a class. Along with discrete math homework assignments, students will be required to complete one programming assignment every week. The course will culminate with a final project where students will be given the opportunity to explore, either independently or with a partner, C libraries and other knowledge they have acquired in class.
Title: C++ How To Program
Author: H.M. Deitel, P.J. Deitel (Deitel & Deitel)
Publisher: Prentice Hall