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2020-2021 Lane Community College Catalog 
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CS 161C - Computer Science 1

4 Credit(s)

This course is an introduction to software design, development and testing. It covers basic syntax and semantics of C++, data types, and algorithm and program design. Development tools and object-oriented programming are introduced. May be offered online.

Prerequisite: Complete one of the following courses: CIS 125G , CS 160 , MTH 095 , MTH 111 , MTH 112 , MTH 231 , MTH 241 , MTH 251  (or by placement).
Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:

  1. Discuss the issues involved in developing large scale applications.
  2. Compare and contrast procedural and object oriented programming paradigms.
  3. Apply one and multi-dimensional arrays to solve a variety of programming problems.
  4. Understand how to convert from one representation to another as needed.
  5. Effectively use pointers and dynamically created objects. Determine when pointers should and should not be used.
  6. Design, implement, test, and debug C++ classes.
  7. Create and use C++ classes that demonstrate inheritance and polymorphism.

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