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    Terra State Community College
  Feb 25, 2018
2017-2018 Catalog and Student Handbook
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CIT 1210 - Visual Programming

4 Credit
This is an introductory programming course with emphasis on developing basic skills necessary to write event driven, object oriented windows applications. Topics include: handling various types of controls, their properties and events; conditional statements; looping; accessing/creating sequential files; reusable code modules; and array handling; classes; inheritance and polymorphism. C# and the Visual Studio. Net environment are currently used in this course to enforce concepts.

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