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PRG110 - C++ Programming
C++ Programming I is the study of fundamental programming. Basic data types, conditional statements, loops, code structuring, documentation, logic and flowcharting techniques are discussed. Structured design concepts common to many programming languages are presented. Students practice hands-on application of those concepts using object-oriented programming language. This course may be repeated once. This course was formerly CIS 117. (1.2-Articulated)
PRG 105 (formerly CIS 121) with a grade of C or higher. Credit with a C or higher or concurrent enrollment in CDM 110 (formerly CIS 110). Prerequisites may be waived with written consent of instructor. Proficiency tests are available for both prerequisite courses.
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