CSC* 210

Topics in this popular mid-level software development language include
advantages of C programming, portability, data representation, storage
utilization, registers, input/output macros, looping, decision making, table
processing, macros, bit manipulation and structured design. Students, who
should have already some familiarity with personal computers, will write and
execute sophisticated programs with business applications, as well as develop
proficiency in the principles of game design. Formerly listed as CIS 207, not open
to students who have successfully completed CIS 207. Prerequisite: CSC* 101
with at least one high-level programming language such as FORTRAN, COBOL or
Visual BASIC; or permission of the instructor.