REVISED 2012 Structured Programming Approach Mumbai University
Syllabus for Structured Programming Approach Mumbai University
Primary Objectives of this subject :-
This subject aims to provide students with an understanding of the role computation can play in solving
problems. The course will be taught using C programming language.
Program Education Objectives :-
After completing this course, students will be able to:
* Understand classical problem solving strategies and use them in solving problems that can be
implemented using a programming language.
* Identify a problem that requires a programmed solution.
* Use structured approach to describe the solution concept.
* Understand concept of data types and variables using C.
* Use common operators in C to solve a problem.
* Implement conditional statements in C .
* Implement looping constructs in C.
* Implement functions in C.
* Use simple and structured data types in C to solve given problem
* Implement simple problems using files and pointers
Unit Unit Number of Hours
1 Problem definition 02
2.1 Developing Algorithms 05
2.2 Efficiency of Algorithms 01
3 Expressing Algorithm – Sequence
3.1 Expressions in C; Arithmetic and Boolean expressions 03
3.2 Use of Standard functions 01
3.3 Assignment statement 01
3.4 Input and output 02
4 Concept of scalar Data Types 04
4.1 scalar data types in C , Scope and life time, type
5 Expressing Algorithms – Iteration
5.1 Ordering a solution in a loop 02
5.2 C- Control structures for Iteration 06
6 Expressing Algorithms – Selection 01
6.1 C-Control structures for selection 02
7 Decomposition of solution 01
7.1 Defining Functions in C 02
7.2 Functions and parameters 02
7.3 Introduction to recursive functions 02
8 Additional C data types
8.1 Arrays – single and multi–dimensional 03
8.2 Strings 02
8.3 Structures 02
8.3 Files 02
8.4 Pointers 02
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