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Intermediate Computing with Data Structures (4 credits)

The design and implementation of computer programs in a high-level language, with emphasis on proper design principles and advanced programming concepts, including dynamic data structures and recursion. The assignments are designed to introduce the student to a variety of topics in computing: data structures and ADTs, Lists, Stacks, Queues, Ordered Lists, Binary Trees, and searching and sorting techniques. CS 210L and IT 210L are the same course.

Pre-requisites

CS 110 or CS/IT 115L and MATH 130 or permission of instructor.


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