CS 233N - Intermediate Programming C#
This course is a continuation of CS 133N. Topics covered include more advanced Object-Oriented programming concepts, searching and sorting, linear data structures, stream and file I/O, recursion and exception handling.
Prerequisite: Complete one of the following: CS 161N or CS 133N . Students must also complete CS 162C or CS 162P to enroll in this course.
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
- Compare and contrast procedural and object-oriented programming paradigms
- Apply one and multi-dimensional arrays to solve a variety of programming problems
- Design, implement, test and debug C# classes. Create and use C# classes that demonstrated inheritance and polymorphism
- Design, implement, test and debug intermediate level object-oriented programs in C#
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