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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I
Fall 2002

URL: http://www.cs.yorku.ca/course/1020
Department of Computer Science, York University

The course lays the conceptual foundation of object-oriented programming. Topics include data types, control structures, API usage, encapsulation, and other abstractions. The course also covers the software development process using a modern object-oriented language (Java) with emphasis on software engineering principles and coding style. Three lecture hours and one Lab per week.

Required Materials

References

Resources

In addition to the Textbook and Handbook, the following resources are available to you:
This web site was designed by Prof. H. Roumani who sometimes teaches a section of this course.