Introduction to Programming (COSC-180CE)

You will learn concepts used in object-oriented programming. You will create programs that use variables, allow for user input and output, and provide opportunities for simple decision strategies. You will also learn how to work with different variable types and how to debug programs. In addition, you will create and use strategies that involve repetition (looping) in your programs. You will create methods and work with elementary data collections (arrays). You will learn how to create object templates (classes) and create and utilize object in your programming. You will develop an understanding of inheritance and polymorphism, and you will utilize these object oriented techniques to solve problems.
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