Introduction to Programming (INFO1103)

UNIT OF STUDY

Programming in a legible, maintainable, reusable way is essential to solve complex problems in the pervasive computing environments. This unit will equip students with foundation of programming concepts that are common to widely used programming languages. The "fundamentals-first & objects-later" strategy is used to progressively guide this introductory unit from necessary and important building blocks of programming to the object-oriented approach. Java, one of the most popular programming languages, is used in this unit. It provides interdisciplinary approaches, applications and examples to support students from broad backgrounds such as science, engineering, and mathematics.

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Classes

(Lec 2x1hr & Lab 2hrs) per week

Assessment

Through semester assessment (50%) , Final Exam (50%)

Faculty/department permission required?

No

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Prohibitions

COMP1001, SOFT1001, DECO2011, COMP1901, SOFT1901

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