CMSC 266 - Programming for Digital Devices
Focuses on new programming and problem solving techniques for digital devices. Students learn how to write simple to intermediate-level programs that examine, control, and integrate digital devices. Tasks include automate searching, interpretation, extraction, bookmarking, and external reporting of data encountered during the examination of computer systems. PREREQUISITE(S): CMSC 135 or CMSC 140 or consent of department. Three hours each week.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Describe the history and organization of the programming language for digital devices.
- Create programs that examine and control digital devices.
- Compile, debug, and run programs.
- Apply new programming techniques to analyze local file-system data.
- Examine evidence using libraries from a variety of programs.
- Evaluate data analysis software tools that will be used to analyze and report on data retrieved from digital devices.
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