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COP3275 - Computer Programming Using C Syllabus – Spring 2018 Course Perspective and Objectives: This course ( 3 credit hours ) is for non-computer science majors with little or no background in programming. Thus, prior knowledge of C is not expected. The main objective of the course is to get hands on the C programming language, and to learn the syntax and the different structures to build programs. We will learn how to solve problems and transform the solutions into computer programs written in C language. Goals for this introductory course -by the end of the semester- should be: 1) introducing the basic computer software and hardware concepts to build programs; 2) understanding the fundamental C coding building blocks and structures to build interactive problems; 3) introducing how to write a modular and efficient programs in C. MAC 1147 (or equivalent) is a prerequisite for this course, however any mathematical terms or operations required will be taught to you when needed in the course. Course Instructor and Class Info: Instructor: Ahmed E. Khaled E-mail: aeeldin [At] ufl [Dot] edu Lecture time: M, W, F | Period 8 (3:00 PM - 3:50 PM) – Room: CSE E119 Office hours: M (4 - 5PM) – Room: CSE E312 Course URL: www.cise.ufl.edu/class/cop3275sp18 Textbook (recommended): “C Programming: A Modern Approach”, K. N. King, 2 nd Edition, W.W. Norton, 2008. The book is not required for the course and you may also use online references for supplemental readings. TA(s): Name: TBD Office hours: TBD - Room: TBD 1
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Course Overview: The following list highlights the topics and sections to be covered in this course (exact schedule is subject to change): Intro to Programming: Programming language, flow control, Bits and Bytes.
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