CSC 111 Introduction to Programming
An introduction to programming in a higher-level, general-purpose language (currently Java). Programming topics include primitive data types, simple data types such as arrays, program constructs such as conditionals, loops and procedures, in an object-oriented context. Applications are chosen from areas such as graphics, simulation, and file processing. Offered in the spring semester. Distribution in Natural Science and Mathematics or Quantitative skills. (Note: Computer Science 111 does not count as a laboratory science.)
Prerequisite: Computer Science 101 or equivalent programming background.
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