CISP 1010 - Computer Science I
(Formerly CS 1170)
4 Class Hours
The first of a two-semester sequence using the high-level language C. The emphasis is on problem-solving using the language and principles of structured software development. The topics covered (including the language syntax) are simple data structures such as arrays and strings, pointers, pointer arithmetic, arrays and pointers, functions, function overloading, function parameters, return types, structures and unions, and C based I/O. Prerequisite(s): Initial Level 2 placement or higher in Math , or MATH 1000 .
Semester Availability: Fall, Spring
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