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CPSCI 112 – Problem Solving and Data Structures

An accelerated first course in programming. Students demonstrate skill in writing programs to solve problems using Python in a variety of application areas. Concentrates on the implementation of dynamic structures for data representation. Students will write programs in the C++ programming language to implement classic data structures. Course discussion will emphasize recursion, efficient implementations in terms of memory space and running time, computational complexity of algorithms, and introduction to two important fields of study: searching and sorting. (Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning.) Prerequisite, High school AP Computer Science A score of 4 or 5 or placement by the department.

Previous programming experience required. Maximum enrollment, 20. Bailey.