May 20, 2019  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

CS 23200 - Introduction to C and Unix


This course is an introduction to the C language and the Unix operating system. It presumes fluency in a high-level language. The course will focus on standard C and Unix tools, rather than a proprietary version of either. C topics include data types, the syntax for arithmetic, logical and relational functions, control functions, scope, communications with the shell, file i/o, pointers, arrays, structs, typedefs, macro and preprocessor functions, and the use of libraries and multiple source files. Unix topics include the file and directory structures, permissions, shells, standard tools such as history, sort, vi, grep, sed, tar, and make, and simple shell scripting.

Preparation for Course
P: CS 16100.

Cr. 3.