CPS 150-N1
Algorithms and Programming I

Fall 2004

The goal of CPS 150 is to introduce the fundamental concepts of problem solving and structured computer programming, including analysis of numeric and non-numeric problems, algorithm design and implementation using a compiled language, debugging, and testing. The approach is to expose students to these concepts through two and a half hours of lecture and two and a half hours of lab per week (4 sem. hrs). The programming language used in the course is C++ in the MS Visual Studio.NET environment (2003 release; available from http://software.udayton.edu).


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