Aug 11, 2022
INET 1820 - Scripting Languages I
This course introduces the fundamental concepts of programming from a scripting language perspective to students with little or no programming experience. Students write small programs to accomplish useful tasks in a variety of popular scripting languages. In addition, students develop confidence working in both Windows and Unix-like based systems.
Instructional Method Lecture
Minimum Student Competencies
Upon completion of INET 1820 Scripting Languages , the student will:
- explain statements and expressions.
- apply variables to store information.
- apply flow control statements to complete tasks.
- analyze debugging statements.
- evaluate expressions that use arithmetic and logical operators.
- differentiate scripting language files by their extension or syntax.
- execute scripts using applicable interpreter.
- apply loops to complete repetitive tasks.
- contrast discrepancies between Windows and Unix-like that impact various aspects of scripting languages.
- create headless programs that run in the background.
- apply good programming practices when creating programs.
- organize output for support and maintenance.
- create programs that interact with users.
- implement programs that interface with databases or file systems.
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