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CSCI 11000 - Imperative Problem Solving

Course Credit: 1
IMPERATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING This course emphasizes the imperative view of problem solving, supported by problem solutions implemented in the C programming language. Some topics include: top-down and procedural design; algorithm development for interesting problems such as the Sieve of Eratosthenes, a Magic Square, displaying the Mandelbrot Set; introduction to recursion; C language constructs such as variables, sequential statements, control structures, functions, parameters, pointers, arrays; and introduction to the C standard library. Prerequisite(s): CSCI-10000 or CSCI-10200 Annually. Fall and Spring. [MNS]