CMSC 162: Intro to algorithm design II

Spring 2019

Prof. Blaheta

You have by now acquired some basic skills of programming and analysis, but the programs you've written have (of necessity) been small and the data uncomplicated. In this course you will continue to develop your programming skills, but more importantly, you will learn how to build layers of abstraction (and use abstractions that others have built) that will enable you to write and understand larger and more interesting programs and processes.

This course meets MWF at 11am in Ruffner 352 (as of 28 January), with a required lab section that meets at 12:30pm on Thursday in Ruffner G56.

The textbook is Carrano and Henry, Data abstraction & problem solving in C++, 7e. ISBN 978-0-13-446397-1



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