Concepts in Programming: C ++
SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS:
Introductory course in computer programming for all business related majors, providing a basic knowledge of the fundamentals of programming. Various number systems are studied to see how they are used in a computer. Program files will be compiled and executed. Problem solving is discussed and flowcharts are used to introduce logic concepts. Emphasis is on common applications using the C++ language and a user approach.
COURSE OBJECTIVES / GOALS:
- Given all input and output requirements, the student will be able to analyze, flowchart, code, key, compile, test and execute a C++ program, generating the desired results.
- Learn in detail the format and rules making up the C++ language.
- Learn the programming techniques and terminology to be an intelligent user of a computer facility in business and industry.
- Become aware of the duties, responsibilities, rewards, frustrations, and personal characteristics needed in a computer career.
- Gain the ability to logically analyze the best solution to a problem.
- Be able to use decisions, loops, functions and arrays to create useful and dynamic programs.
- Introduction to Computers and Programming
- Introduction to C++
- Parts of a C++ Program
- Data Types
- Expressions and Interactivity
- Mathematical expressions
- Type Casting
- Formatting input/output
- Making Decisions
- Relational operators
- If, If/Else, If/Else statements
- Conditional operator
- Switch statement
- Loops and Files
- While loop
- Do-while loop
- For loop
- Defining functions
- Passing values to functions by value and by reference
- Returning values
- Overloading functions
- Parallel arrays
- Multi-dimensional arrays
TEXTBOOK / SPECIAL MATERIALS:
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Evaluation of the student will be based on the following: Final grades are determined through a weighted average of the final examination, quizzes, lab assignments, homework assignments, and class attendance.
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