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INFS3188 - Object-Oriented Applicatn Prog
Fall 2011

This course provides the student with experience in the design and development of object-oriented programs using a language such as Visual Base, C++, or Power Builder. The principles of object-oriented development are emphasized, rather than language syntax. Primary consideration is given to designing and creating classes, and implementing applications which exhibit polymorphism, inheritance, and encapsulation. Developed programs make use of windows and mouse-activated controls.
Prerequisites: INFS2120 or INFS2150 (INFS3150) or INFS2130 or INFS2140 (INFS3140)
3 Credits

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