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COMP1917 Computing 1

Course Material

2011 s1
current session -~

2010 s2

2010 s1

2009 s2

2009 s1

2008 s2

2008 s1

YouTube Version
see openlearning site


Introduction to programming and computer science. Introduction to C, problem solving, debugging, programming style, unit testing, teamwork. Recursion, security, memory, pointers, and dynamic data structures.


After completing COMP1917, you should be able to:

  • Design solutions for simple problems.
  • Design solutions for larger problems using abstraction and interfaces.
  • Distinguish between well-written programs and poorly written programs.
  • Write programs using good programming style.
  • Have a solid understanding of the use memory and pointers in C.
  • Create and use dynamic data structures such as linked lists and trees.
  • Test and debug programs.
  • Work in a team to develop software.

Specific Skills

About the Course

Student Resources

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