13S111P2 - Programming 2

Course specification
Course title Programming 2
Acronym 13S111P2
Study programme Software Engineering
Type of study bachelor academic studies
Lecturer (for classes)
Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
Lecturer/Associate (for OTC)
    ESPB 5.0 Status mandatory
    Condition none
    The goal Presentation of the syntax and semantics of the C programming language. Using advanced programming concepts in procedural programming language C. Students are taught how to design algorithms, use static and dynamic data structures, implement and test programs in the C programming language.
    The outcome Students will be able to: calculate the value of the floating-point number based on its representation using IEEE standard, to do calculations with these numbers, to write the complex programs in C using operators, control structures, pointers and library functions, use preprocessor directives, and to develop, test and build modular applications that use linked lists, trees and files.
    Contents of lectures Introduction. Program structure. Data types. Operators. Control structures. Arrays. Pointers. Dynamic memory allocation. Functions: defining and calling, arguments, side-effects, recursion, prototype. Scope and life-time of variables. Preprocessor. Structures and unions. Input/output, text and binary files. Dynamic data structures (linked lists, trees). Developing complex programs in C language.
    Contents of exercises Practical classes represent auditory exercises that fully follow the order of topics presented during lectures. For each topic, a set of examples and problem solutions are presented, as well as multiple choice questions related to the topic.
    1. The C Programming language with solved problems, 9th enlarged and revised edition, including C11 standard, Laslo Kraus, Academic mind, 2014.
    2. Solved problems in C programming language, 4th edition, Laslo Kraus, Academic mind, 2014.
    3. C: A Software Engineering Approach, Peter A. Darnell and Philip E. Margolis, Springer; 3rd edition (May 29, 1996).
    4. Programming 2, presentations used on lectures and auditory exercises, Web site of the Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics, School of electrical engineering,
    Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year
    Lectures Exercises OTC Study and Research Other classes
    3 2
    Methods of teaching lectures, auditory exercises
    Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
    Pre obligations Points Final exam Points
    Activites during lectures 0 Test paper 35
    Practical lessons 0 Oral examination 0
    Colloquia 65
    Seminars 0