Computing II (CMPT 117.3)

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Continues the development of programming skills started in CMPT 116, with an emphasis on object-oriented programming. Data structures for the storage and efficient retrieval of information will be studied and analyzed, in particular stacks, queues, linked lists and simple binary trees. Examples and exercises will be drawn from engineering applications and numerical methods.


Restricted to students in College of Arts and Science and College of Engineering.


CMPT 116, or a grade of at least 75% in CMPT 113 and permission of the instructor.


Students can have credit for at most one of CMPT 117 and 115. Students may not take CMPT 100, 102, 106, 120 or 175 for credit concurrently with or after CMPT 117.

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