Programming for Mechanical and Industrial Engineers Prerequisite: MATH 204 (Cegep mathematics 105). Writing programs using assignment and sequences. Variables and types. Operators and expressions. Conditional and repetitive statements. Input and output. File access. Functions. Program structure and organization. Pointers and dynamic memory allocation. Introduction to classes and objects. Mechanical and industrial engineering applications. C++

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