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Systems Programming

Provides an understanding of the interface between computer hardware and software. The course covers computer hardware, activation records and address spaces, a practical assembly language (like ARM), writing C programs, how C code is compiled into assembly level programs, and how these programs are compiled, linked, and loaded into memory. This course also provides an understanding of Linux/Unix administration fundamentals, including user creation, permissions, installations from source, and simple server configuration. Prerequisite: CPSC 111

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Course Number:
CPSC 230
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