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COIT11133 Programming A
This course is designed to teach first year computing students
structured programming principles. The first section of the course
introduces the student to the software development life cycle and
design of structured programs. The second section of the course uses
the C++ programming language as a tool to implement
structured programming and demonstrate coding of a software design.
Students will need to have access to a C++ compiler
in either the Windows or DOS environment. If students are unsure
of which compiler to purchase, please phone the CQU bookshop, they
will help you to order the correct version of the C++ compiler.
Use of electronic mailing lists is a major support service
of this, and many other computing courses. This allows students
to exchange ideas and it also allows the lecturer to provide students
with up-to-date information. To be connected to the mailing list
you will need a computer, a modem and Internet access, provided
by your local Internet Service Provider (ISP). This equipment and
connection will also give you access to the University, Staff and
course web pages. These contain resources applicable to every course offered
in the Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology.
Central Queensland University Handbook
This handbook was correct as at: 07-May-2002