ISYS 225

C++ Programming (ISYS 225)

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C++ Programming

Credits Contact Hours
3.0 4.0

Course Description

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in ISYS 115 or satisfactory test score. An intermediate course that introduces features of the “C++” programming language through problem solving, algorithm design, and structured program development. Students will design, code, test and debug several programs using a commercial Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Topics include keyboard and file input, arithmetic, relational, and conditional operators, control structures, pointers, strings, arrays, functions, subroutines, input/output, dynamic allocation principles, and object-oriented design. [Semesters Offered: Fall]

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