CST 150 W - Object Oriented Programming
This course assumes a complete understanding, and prior experience with High-Level Language programming concepts. The course quickly presents the language syntax quickly moving on to more advanced topics using an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Topics covered will include: variables, constants, program control, I/O, functions, preprocessors, arrays, structures, pointers, classes, and object-oriented programming, inheritance, overloading. A writing emphasis course where documentation requirements will be covered in details.
Prerequisite: CST 133 Structured Programming
2 Class Hours, 2 Laboratory Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. State, verbally and in written documentation, seven core debugging techniques.
2. List and demonstrate structured programming techniques.
3. List and demonstrate ten core concepts for objects.
4. Use memory management techniques in program development.
5. State, verbally and in written documentation, eight core construct/destructor methods.
6. List and demonstrate inheritance for objects.
7. List and demonstrate use of base and derived classes for programs.
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