Central Connecticut State University, Fall 1999

CS 216 -- C Programming in the Unix Environment -- 3 Credits

Section 70 -- Tue, Thur 6:45 -- 8:00 PM

Room 209 Maria Sanford Hall

This is a course in the UNIX operating system and the C programming language for students with a substantial programming background. UNIX is a Multi-User, Multi-Tasking operating system which has set the standard for operating systems since its inception, and still sets the standard today. C is a Structured programming language which has been the language of choice for most serious application developers since its inception, and still is the language of choice today.


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