The title of the course CS410 is Visual Programming. The course level is Undergraduate, Credit hours for theory are 3. No particular pre requisites has been defined for this course.
CS410 Course Outline
You will create applications for Microsoft Windows in a specific area called win32 programming. The Intel (X86) based Windows platform will be covered in this course.
We will be using the C programming language because it is the preferred programming language for Application Programmers Interface (API) developers and also because the majority of the Windows OS was created using the C programming language. In addition, Microsoft’s API documentation is also C-oriented in syntax.
We will examine the key components of Windows programming, such as resource sharing, device independence, and using GDI.
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CS410 Assignments & Solutions
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Course Learning Outcomes
You ought to be able to when the course is finished:
- Describe and clarify the Windows platform’s operational procedures, including its principles of operation and its fundamental architectural tenets.
- Utilize or modify Windows resources for your program.
- Create streamlined, reliable programs for Microsoft Windows
- Get your hands dirty with more complicated and specialized Windows programming, such as
- network programming and graphics programming.
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