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Information Technology (BIT, IMD, NET)

Carleton School of Information Technology
Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology

IMD 1003 [0.5 credit]

Computer Programming

Object-oriented programming: syntactic constructs, structured algorithms and pseudo-languages, data abstraction, classification and inheritance, typing and polymorphism, editing, compiling, linking, testing and debugging. Design and implementation of complete applications including the user interface, emphasizing number systems, documentation, methodology, program, data types and control structures.
Prerequisite: restricted to students in the B.I.T. degree program.
Lecture: three hours a week; laboratory: one and a half hour a week.

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