CIS 251

C++ Programming

This course is an introduction to the structure and syntax of C++ programs. The semester begins with coverage of basic program structure, variables, data types, interactive input and output, arithmetic, decision structures, and repetition structures. Later topics include functions, file input and output, arrays, text processing, dynamic memory allocation using pointers, and the basics of object-oriented programming.

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