CS Behind the Curtain (CS195 2003S)


Computer Science 195.01 Introductory Special Topic: Data Representation, Storage Management, and C Programming. Study of machine-level representations of data and techniques for managing storage, using the C programming language. Topics include floating-point approximations, numerical errors, pointers, memory allocation, deallocation, and recovery, and the run-time stack. Prerequisites: Computer Science 152 or 153. 4 credits.

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