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    James Madison University
  Jan 23, 2018
2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog

CS 159. Advanced Programming

Students use advanced problem-solving strategies to develop algorithms using classes and objects and techniques such as recursion, exceptions and file I/O. This course also focuses on designing small applications and effective testing strategies. Students may not receive credit for both CS 159 and CS 239. Prerequisite: A grade of "B-" or better in CS 139 or CS 149 or equivalent.