The student can program applications that use functions as well as read and write text files,
The student understands and can use pointers and dynamic memory management in the program code.
The student understands and can use structures and classes in the program code.
The course Programming Basics..
Content of the study unit
Repetition of basic procedural programming.
More advanced functions.
Reading and writing data files.
Pointers and dynamic memory management.
Structures and classes.
Assessment criteria – satisfactory (1-2)
The student can read data from a text file and write data to a text file.
The student understands the concept of pointers and can create pointers for variables and arrays.
The student can create and use simple structures.
Assessment criteria – good (3-4)
The student can read and write a text file and can perform calculations on that data..
The student can dynamically allocate and deallocate memory for variables and arrays.
The student understands the difference between structures and classes and can create classes and instantiate objects.
Assessment criteria – excellent (5)
The student can independently solve data storage problems using text files.
The student can independently solve problems that require dynamic memory management.
The student can independently divide code into classes.
Name of lecturer(s)
03.01.2022 - 27.02.2022
Enrollment date range
15.11.2021 - 09.01.2022
Faculty of Technology and Seafaring
ELA20-V-I (Size: 20.
Teachers and responsibilities
Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering and Automation