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CSC 112 - Introduction to Computing - FORTRAN


Catalog Data:
CSC 112 - Introduction to Computing - FORTRAN
3 credit hours (2-3)
Prerequisites: E 115, MA 141
Problem solving through writing FORTRAN programs. Particular elements include: careful development of FORTRAN programs from specifications; documentation and style; appropriate use of control structures, data types and subprograms; abstraction and verification; engineering applications.

Course Coordinator:
Dr. Thomas L. Honeycutt, Associate Professor

Textbook:
-- "FORTRAN 77 for Engineers and Scientists, 2nd edition", Nyhoff and Leestma,
   1991.
-- "CSC 112 Laboratory Manual", Spring, 1994, edition.

Syllabus:
 1. Background (2 classes)
 2. Problem Solving (4 classes)
 3. Program Construction, Error Avoidance (4 classes)
 4. Control Structures (3 classes)
 5. Data Types (3 classes)
 6. Subprograms (5 classes)
 7. Operations on Arrays and Strings (5 classes)
 8. Program Development Strategies (1 class)
 9. Applications (1 class)
10. Labs (10 - 3-hour labs)

Last Update: 16-Jan-97


Department of Computer Science, Box 8206
College of Engineering,
North Carolina State University,
Raleigh, NC 27695

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