CECS 5100: Survey of Educational Computer Languages
An in-depth study of an Object-Oriented Programming Language. Requires "hands-on" programming independent of classroom instruction. Topics include variables, simple and complex data structures, object-oriented design, debugging, interface design plus creating and using objects. Educational implications of object-oriented programming. Prerequisite(s): CECS 5020 or consent of department.
Departmental consent is granted to anyone wishing to take this course without first taking CECS 5020.
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