The course introduces the UNIX operating system, and the C and C++ languages. UNIX topics include: I/O, redirection, processes, and shell scripts. C and C++ are introduced with an emphasis on differences from previously studied languages. C topics include pointers, structures, memory allocation, and paradigm differences. C++ topics include class formalisms, static and dynamic instantiation, inheritance, constructors and destructors, polymorphism with virtual functions, operator overloading, and time permitting, friends. Stream I/O may be introduced.
Note: It is recommended students take CCPS 109 prior to taking this course.