SCMP 118 - Introduction to Programming in C++

Spring 2017: 1:10-2:30 TH

Instructor: James Skon

This course presents an introduction to computer programming intended both for those who plan to take further courses in which a strong background in computation is desirable and for those who are interested in learning basic programming principles. The course will expose the student to a variety of applications where an algorithmic approach is natural and will include both numerical and non-numerical computation. The principles of program structure and style will be emphasized. Offered every semester.

Course Information

  • James Skon
  • Office Hayes Hall 303
  • Office Hours: TBD
  • Phone: (740) 427-5369
  • Textbook: Problem Solving with C++ 8th ed, by Walter Savitch.
  • Room and Time: TBD, 1:10-2:30, 2:40-4:00 Tuesday and Thursday
  • Paperless: This course is intentionally paperless. All assignments are turned in online through Moodle. The instructor will normally not accept work written or printed on paper. (Any excepts must be pre-approved by the instructor).
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