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Archived Curricula Guide 2017–2019
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TIETA10 Programming Technique C 5 ECTS
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Degree Programme in Computer Sciences
Preceding studies
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Corresponding course units in the curriculum
School of Information Sciences
Curricula 2015 – 2017
TIETA10 Programming Technique C 5 ECTS

General description

Programming Technique consists of two separate 5 ECTS courses. The first of these concerns the C and the second the C++ programming language. The courses can be completed independently of each other, but it is recommended that students take the courses consecutively. The courses aim to deepen the general programming skills of the participants. Hence the courses are probably more demanding than the introductory programming courses High Level Programming or
Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming.

Learning outcomes

Students have the skills (especially with respect to memory management) required to construct fairly large modular programs using the C language.

Contents

The course introduces, among others, the basic C data types and their representation in memory, pointers, functions, parameter passing, recursion and dynamic memory management.

Teaching methods

Teaching method Contact Online
Lectures 16 h 0 h
Exercises 16 h 0 h

Teaching language

Finnish

Modes of study

Option 1
Available for:
  • Degree Programme Students
  • Other Students
  • Open University Students
  • Doctoral Students
  • Exchange Students
Participation in course work 
In Finnish
Further information 


Viikkoharjoitukset ja Harjoitustyö ja Kirjallinen tentti

Option 2
Available for:
  • Degree Programme Students
  • Other Students
  • Open University Students
  • Doctoral Students
  • Exchange Students
Verkkokurssi  Exercise(s) 
In Finnish
Written exam 
In Finnish

Evaluation

Numeric 1-5.

Belongs to following study modules

Faculty of Natural Sciences
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Faculty of Natural Sciences
2018–2019
Teaching
For Open University students only
Faculty of Natural Sciences