CST 113 - Introduction to Programming
Introduction to the fundamentals of programming using an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Topics may include data types and variables, decisions and conditional statements, repetition/loop structures, file processing and formatting of output. Lab assignments emphasize program development using a modular design and self-documentation.
Prerequisite: A computer course or equivalent
2 Class Hours, 2 Laboratory Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate using Visual Studio to compile, debug and run programs.
2. Demonstrate the use of good problem-solving skills for program development.
3. Create projects that use assignment statements, arithmetic computation, decisions and loops.
4. Demonstrate the use of good problem-solving skills for program development.
5. Demonstrate how to use standard requirements for programs to develop well written programs.
6. State, verbally and in writing, at least 3 core bugging techniques.
7. Demonstrate the use of at least 3 different repetition structures.
8. Demonstrate the use of the decision structure using if statements and the switch structure correctly.
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