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Abstract: CPT 155D: File Organizationand Processing
Continued study of the software development life
cycle with emphasis on fundamental file organizations and processing
techniques. Study of file processing algorithms for sequential,
relative and indexed files. Comparison of storage space and access
times. Continued applications of structured design and programming
in projects using these file structures. Introduction to data
Organization and Schedule
Lecture 2, Lab 2, Credit 3
Course Description and/or
This course teaches you
(1) how to utilize files, data structures and simple databases
in the event-driven, visual programming environment, (2) how to
utilize additional visual components, and (3) how to design programs
to utilize both (1) and (2). The course goal is to enable students
to design visual programs that will use these new visual components,
files and simple databases. Students will learn to construct logical
design models that represent business requirements of the programs.
CPT 155D is the second
course in the programming sequence. CPT 150 Structured Programming
is a required prerequisite course for CPT 155D, and addresses
database concepts with emphasis on event-driven, visual and structured
programming concepts along with the complete program development
process. CPT450A is an elective visual programming course that
expands programming to the client/server environment with databases.
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Used In This Course
This is a core course for
CPT associate/baccalaureate majors. Non-majors must demonstrate
prerequisite knowledge to enroll in this course. The instructor
permits course audits, but only if the auditor is not taking a
seat away from a paying student.
Lab Manuals, and Supplies
This textbook is an industry standard reference for DELPHI development. We will cover Chapters 1, 2, 4, 6,-8, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24.
The instructor plans to utilize the textbook materials in class lectures, labs and projects. It is essential that you complete your reading assignments prior to class. You should expect a reading-level quiz on every assigned chapter or appendix of this book.
5 Blank, Formatted Diskettes
(3.5", DSHD, 1.44MB)
5 Pocket/Prong folders
Dividers with tabs
20 Address labels
After successfully completing
this course, you should be able to:
and Learning Assessment
How Final Grades will
(subject to change with notice)
Grade Scale Notes
or Prior Term's Distribution
A 90 - 100 %
B 80 - 89+ %
C 70 - 79+ %
D 60 - 69+ %
E not applicable given
only under very extenuating circumstances
F 0 - 59+ %
I See policy.
W/WF See policy.
NOTE: A student must
pass both the Coding (Projects/Labs) with an average of at least
60% and the Exams/Quizzes with an average of at least 60% to pass
the entire course.
and Courtesy Expectations and Policies
Quiz and Exam Policies
Students who miss the final examination (for a valid
reason) will generally receive an incomplete ("I") course
grade. It is the student's responsibility to promptly notify
the instructor and provide documentation proving the reason for
missing the exam. Students missing the final exam (for an unexcused
reason) will receive a zero.
Homework Policies and
Project Policies and
Lab Policies and Expectations
Course Outline (subject
Course Calendar of meetings
and/or Assignments (subject to change)
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