Undergraduate Degrees, Majors and Concentrations

CI356 - C Programming
Fall 1997

This course provides the student with an introduction to the C language and its common usage. Students are introduced to all of the data structures, operators, and program logic features of C. The ANSI standard specificiation for C is used, the style typically set by C programmers. Applications emphasize enhancing operating system functionality. Common library functions covered include those which enable input and output, manipulation of strings, and the management of dynamic storage using the heap. Students write structured programs which manipulate files, access operating system features, and implement compound data structures. A dynamic debugger is used to analyze these programs in a visual environment. Students write their own commands that are executable from the DOS or UNIX command line.
Prerequisite -- At least one 300 level programming language
3 Credits

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