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© Talia Q Harris MSc. Introduction - Page 1 of 3 Letter Grade Percentage Equivalence A+ 90-100 A 85-89 A- 80-84 B+ 77-79 B 73-76 B- 70-72 C+ 67-69 C 63-66 C- 60-62 D 50-59 F <50 (fail)
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COURSE CONTENT - Variables - Functions - Introduction to pointers - Introduction to numerical methods - Logic and selection - Repetition - Containers - Arrays - Recursion - Introduction to Objects LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to : Demonstrate an ability to write cohesive computer programs. Write well-documented and effective code. Use a programming language to write programs to solve a variety of problems using the following: - Conversion tables - Storing and retrieving information from file storage - Sorting an array - Processing two dimensional tables - Processing matrices - Iteration - String manipulation - Array processing - Pointers - Iteration to calculate summations - Real and Integer mathematics - Choose from sets of outcomes COMP 150 Tentative Course Schedule Winter 2015 The following is a list of topics that may be covered in COMP 150. Due to time constraints it may not be possible to explore every topic listed. Projects © Talia Q Harris MSc. Introduction - Page 2 of 3
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are not marked however the material may appear on an exam. Assignments are to be marked. May 1 1. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS Be familiar with the Intel based personal computer. 1.1 Sketch a block diagram of the basic components of a personal computer. 1.2 Distinguish between hardware and software. May 3 Chapter 1: Getting Started May 8 Chapter 2: Data Types, Declarations, and Displays May10 Chapter 3: Assignment and Interactive Input May 15 Chapter 4: Selection Assignment 1 Deployed May 17 Chapter 5:Repitition May 22 Midterm Assignment 3 Deployed May 24 Chapter 6: Modularity Using Functions March 9 Chapter 7:Arrays Assignment 2 Deployed May 29 Chapter 7:Arrays May 31 Chapter 8: Arrays and Pointers June 5 Chapter 9: I/O Streams Assignment 4 Deployed June 7 Review The instructor reserves the right to change the schedule at any time. Changes will be discussed in class. © Talia Q Harris MSc. Introduction - Page 3 of 3
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