Programming in C/C++ (CS1PC20)

The official module description. Additional information to this page is provided in RISIS and your timetable.

The module is taught online due to COVID-19, I make the videos of my lectures and tutorials available on YouTube as well:

This module aims to introduce students to procedural computer programming. The C and C++ family of programming languages will be used for examples and practical work. Programming will be undertaken using both the Windows and UNIX/LINUX operating systems and a variety of editors and environments. By the end of the module, students should be able to write moderately complex programs in both C and C++.

This module also encourages students to develop a set of professional skills, such as mastery of the discipline (understanding of methodology, knowledge of discipline), personal effectiveness and self-awareness, communication, awareness of strength, and commitment to learning and reflection, adaptability.

  • Computing Concepts, Introduction to Programming and Structured Program Development
  • The C programming language; Program Control; Types and Operators; Functions; Arrays and Pointers; Characters and Strings; Formatted Input/Output; Structures, Unions, and Enumerations; File Processing; Data Structures
  • Introduction to object-oriented programming; Encapsulation; Inheritance; Polymorphism
  • The C++ programming language; Classes; Inheritance; Operator Overloading; Templates; Advanced Topics
  • Using UNIX and Windows operating systems; Compilers, Linkers, Debuggers, and Integrated Development Environments; typical computer organization
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