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CSAS 1111-Intro to Computer Science I

Organization of a modern computer. Programming topics including types, instructions, arithmetic, recursion, and boolean expressions. Introduction to algorithms with examples from sorting, searching, and merging. Abstract data types binary files, stacks, queues, and trees. Object oriented programming and programming for different operating systems. Programming language was C++ (since fall 1996), and is now Java (as of fall 98). Three hours lecture and one hour laboratory.

The co-requirement for this course is MATH1014, i.e. you should either be currently enrolled in MATH1014, or have previously taken that course.

Final exam due Dec 17 @ 2:45pm

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Bert G. Wachsmut
Last modified: 09/01/2007