December 3, 2015

CDA 4338—Programming III


Course Objectives:

The goal of this class is to learn C programming and familiarization with the UNIX environment. At the end of the class, students will be able to write substantial programs in C that use most of the available C functionality.

Main Topics:

  • UNIX shell, compiling and linking, Makefiles, and debugging using gdb
  • Strings and Arrays
  • Standard Input/Output
  • Functions, Program Structure, and Control Flow
  • Process Address Spaces: Data, Heap, and Stack
  • Data Pointers and Function Pointers
  • UNIX System interface, System Calls, and Basic Process Management
  • Multithreading and Synchronization

This is an exclusively project based course.

Sample Syllabus


Course History

  • Spring 2013