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2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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CIS 361 - System Programming

The C programming language is taught in the context of the UNIX operating system. Coverage: functions, variable scope, control structures, pointers, arrays, program organization, structures, standard C library, memory allocation, signals, inter-process communication, and UNIX system calls. UNIX utilities and software development tools are used throughout the course. (3-0-0) Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: CIS 163 and CIS minor standing or Admitted to CIS Major or EGR major standing.

Credits: 3

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