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Programming fundamentals (6 points)


Leader: Matt Butler

Berwick Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: Object-oriented and structured concepts and design techniques will be delivered in a "hands-on" step-by-step programming approach. Strategies for meeting user requirements and for designing solutions to programming problems will be presented. The fundamental programming concepts of the memory model, data types, declarations, expressions and statements, control structures, modules, parameters, files, input and output, will be applied within the context of objects, attributes, event-handling and message-passing in a visual interactive development environment. Documentation, testing and debugging techniques will be applied throughout the subject. Compilers and interpreters will be discussed within context.

Assessment: Three assignments (40%) Examination (60%) Practical Tests (30%) Written Examination (2 hours - 30%)

Contact Hours: 4 Hours (2 hours of lecture/demonstration, one 2 hour tutorial session per week )

Prerequisites: NA

Corequisites: NA

Prohibitions: BUS1010, BUS2011, CFR2121, CSC1011, CSC1021, RDT1301, SFT2121, GCO1810, BUS1060, CPE1001, MMS1802, MMS1803, MMS2803

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