CS192 PROBLEM SOLVING AND

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

AUTUMN 2003-2004

Instructor:  Wajih Ur Rahman                                    Office:         Room 229-A 

Email:         wajih@lums.edu.pk                                  Category:       Freshman

Extension:     

Office Hours: 

TAs for the Course: Nouman Zubair & Mohsin Ali

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Course:                       CS 192: ‘Problem Solving and Computer Programming’ (4 units)

 

Description:               This first level programming course shall cover the principles and practice of problem solving using C++. Students shall be introduced to the basic C++ techniques such as program control statements, pointers, functions, structures etc. The students shall gain hands-on experience through several programming assignments.

 

Core/Elective:            Core for CS Majors

 

Pre-requisites:            None

 

Goals 

 

Text:

               Primary       

o        Herbert Schildt, ‘C++ from the Ground Up’, 2nd Edition, 1998, Osborne McGraw-Hill.

               References

o        Herbert Schildt, ‘C++: The Complete Reference’, 3rd Edition, 1998, Osborne McGraw-Hill.

o        Deital & Deital, ‘C++ How to Program’, 3rd Edition, 2001, Prentice Hall.

  

 Some handouts may be given to supplement the text.

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