CIT 253 Contemporary Programming Languages (3)

Presents syntax and semantics of a particular programming language currently popular in industrial or academic settings. Addresses fundamental program construction, good software design and programming style, and development of applications focused on the strengths and special features of the language. Covers fundamental and advanced topics in the language. Course may present languages such as C++ (in 253C), Perl (in 253P), and others as they may emerge.

Prerequisite: CSE 163 or CSE 174, or permission of the instructor. Offered only on regional campuses.

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