CS151.01 2009F Functional Problem Solving : Handouts

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151 Functional Problem Solving (Fall or Spring) 4 credits

A lab-based introduction to basic ideas of computer science, including recursion, abstraction, scope and binding, modularity, the design and analysis of algorithms, and the fundamentals of programming in a high-level, functional language. Includes formal laboratory work. Prerequisite: none.

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