ENEE 140 provides an introduction to computer programming. The course focuses on leaning important programming principles, and the C programming language is used to illustrate these principles. Topics include an introduction to the programming workflow (coding, compiling, debugging, testing), data types and type conversions, arithmetic operations, control flow, functions, variable scope, vector data types (arrays and strings), input/output.
The learning outcomes of ENEE 140 include:
The material will be taught through lectures, reading assignments, weekly homeworks and 3 multi-week projects. ENEE 140 is a hands-on course, where students learn by writing many computer programs outside the classroom.
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