Introduction to Programming (CMPS 012A)

Mr. Levine’s performance in this class was as follows – Quizzes: satisfactory; Homework: very good; Final Exam: very good. His overall performance was very good.

Course description: An introductory programming course for computer science and engineering majors where students learn programming and documentation skills, as well as algorithmic problem solving and programming methodologies. Introduces students to computers, compilers, and editors, and they are expected to write medium-sized programs. Topics include, but are not limited to, procedures and functions, conditionals and loop control structures, static and dynamic memory manipulations, and text processing. Prior experience with Unix helpful, and some prior programming experience strongly recommended (e.g. course 10). This course is required for computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, and information systems management majors. Prerequisites: eligibility to enroll in Mathematics 19A (Mathematics 2B or 3 or Mathematics placement exam score of 40 or higher) or completion of Mathematics 19A or 11A.

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