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|Course Identification | |Module Name |Introduction to Programming Environments (C++/UNIX) | |Module Code |IT101 |Version No. |5.3 ( 2013 ) | |Year/Level |1st |Semester |1st | |Credit Points |05 | |Pre-requisites |None | |Co-requisites |None | |Methods of Delivery |Lecture (Face-to-face) 2 hours/week | | |Tutorials 1 hour/week | | |Lab Practical Classes 6 hours/week | |Course Web Site |http://moodle.sliit.lk | |Date of Original Approval | | |Date of Next Review | |

|Course Description | | | | |Introduction |The objective of this unit is to create and develop an understanding of how to apply programming concepts to solve real | | |applications. In this unit students will learn the development and design of applications, problem solving techniques, | | |procedural and Object Oriented Programming concepts. Furthermore, students will learn how to implement applications using | | |the C++ language under the LINUX operation system. | | | | |Learning Outcomes |LO 1. analyze a problem | |(At the end of the module|LO 2. develop a solution | |you should be able to) |LO 3. code (or implement) the solution within a given period of time | | |LO 4. test and debug the solution | |Assessment Criteria |During the semester, there will be one mid-term and a final on line exam. The distribution of marks for the assessed | | |components of the unit are as follows: | | |...
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