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Semester : I Hours/week : 3


Code : 04UCA1401 Credit : 2


PROGRAMMING IN C



Objectives


To give the syntax of all the statements in C language and to impart the programming skills in C.

UNIT I



Evolution and basic structure of C programs – data types – variables – operators – Library functions.

UNIT II



Decision making and Branching Statements – Looping statements – user defined functions.

UNIT III



Arrays – Strings – Structures – Unions

UNIT IV



Pointers – Pointer expressions – Pointers and Arrays – Pointers and functions – Pointers and structures.

UNIT V



Files – I/O operations on files – Random access files – Command line arguments – Dynamic memory allocation.

Text Book

1. E. Balagurusamy, “ Programming in ANSI C ”, Tata McGraw-Hill, Edition 2.1




Reference Books




1. Byron S. Gottfried, “ Programming with C”, Tata McGraw-Hill,1991.




2. Dennis M. Ritchie and Brian W. Kernighan, “The C Programming Language”,

Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 1989.




Semester : I Hours/week : 3


Code : 04UCA1401P Credit : 2


C PROGRAMMING LAB




1. Solving a quadratic equation


2. Sum of series ( sine, cosine, e x )


3. Ascending and Descending order of numbers


4. Largest and Smallest of given numbers


5. Sorting names in alphabetical order


6. Finding factorial, generating fibonacci numbers using recursive functions


7. Matrix Manipulations (Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication)


  1. String manipulations using function pointers

( without using string functions )


9. Trapezoidal and Simpson’s 1/3rd Rule


10. Euler’s and Runge-Kutta method ( 2nd order )


11. Mean, standard deviation and variance


  1. reation and Processing of sequential files for payroll and

Mark list preparation.


Semester : II Hours/week : 5

Code : 04UCA2402 Credit : 4




SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN



Objectives


To give the basic concepts of system analysis and design for system development.

UNIT I



System Concepts – Definition – Characteristics of a System – Elements of a System – Types of Systems – The System Development Life Cycle – The Role of System Analyst : Definition – Academic and Personnel Qualifications – Multifaceted Role of the Analyst.

UNIT II



System Analysis – System Planning and Initial Investigation : Bases for Planning in System Analysis – Initial Investigation : Needs Identification – Determining User’s Information Requirements – Information Gathering – What kinds of information do we need ? – Where does information originates ? – Information Gathering Tools.


UNIT III


Tools of Structured Analysis : DFD – Data Dictionary – Decision Tree – Structured English – Decision Tables - Feasibility Study - Feasibility considerations – Economic – Technical – Behavioral – Steps in Feasibility Analysis - Cost Benefit Analysis- Cost and Benefit Categories – Classification of cost and benefits.


UNIT IV


System Design – The Process of Design : Logical and Physical Design – Design Methodologies - Structured Design – Form Driven Methodology – The IPO Charts – Input Design : Input data – Input media and devices - Output Design – Forms Design – Classification of Forms – Requirements of Form Design – Types of Forms – Layout Considerations – Forms Control.


UNIT V


System Implementation – System Testing and Quality Assurance – The Test Plan – System Testing - Types of System Tests - Quality Assurance – Quality Assurance Goals in the Systems Life Cycle - Implementation and Software Maintenance - Conversion – Post Implementation Reviews – Software Maintenance.

Hardware and Software Selection - Types of Software – Procedure for Hardware/Software Selection – Major phases in Software Selection – Criteria for Software Selection.


Text Book


Elias M.Awad, “Systems Analysis And Design”, Galgotia Publications Private Ltd,

New Delhi, Second Edition, 1997


Reference Book:


Lee, “Introducing System Analysis and Design” – Volume I and II, Galgotia BookSource, The National Computing Center Limited, New Delhi, 1994.


Semester : II Hours/week : 5

Code : 04UCA2403 Credit : 3




PROGRAMMING IN COBOL


Objectives


To expose different features of COBOL language and programme development in COBOL.


UNIT I


COBOL Preliminaries - Divisions of COBOL – Coding form – Structure of COBOL program – Character Set - COBOL Words - Data Names – Identifiers – Literals - Figurative Constants.


Overview of IDENTIFICATION, ENVIRONMENT and DATA DIVISION - IDENTIFICATION DIVISION – ENVIRONMENT DIVISION - CONFIGURATION SECTION – INPUT-OUTPUT SECTION - DATA DIVISION - Level Structure – PICTURE Clause – VALUE Clause – FILE SECTION – WORKING STORAGE SECTION - Editing Characters.


UNIT II


PROCEDURE DIVISION – Structure – Basic Verbs – ACCEPT – DISPLAY - MOVE – Arithmetic Verbs – COMPUTE Verb – Writing simple COBOL Programs.


Conditional and Sequence Control Verbs - Different types of conditions – IF statement - Nested IF Statement – GOTO Statement - GOTO with DEPENDING clause – STOP.


UNIT III


DATA and PROCEDURE DIVISION Additional Features - JUSTIFIED Clause - REDEFINES Clause – RENAMES Clause – SIGN Clause – Elementary and Group Moves – MOVE CORRESPONDING Option – ROUNDED – ON SIZE ERROR Option – Simple PERFORM Statement.


Table Handling - OCCURS– PERFORM with TIMES –with UNTIL – PERFORM with VARYING Option.


UNIT IV


Files - File Organization – Types of Files– File characteristics – File Description – Statements for Sequential Files – OPEN, CLOSE, READ, WRITE and REWRITE statements


SORT and MERGE features – SORT Verb - INPUT and OUTPUT procedure in SORT statement - MERGE Verb.


UNIT V


Relative Files – File Control Paragraph for Relative Files – Procedure Division Statements for Relative Files.


Indexed Sequential Files - FILE-CONTROL paragraph for Indexed Files – Procedure Division statements for index files.


Text Book


M.K.Roy, D.Ghosh Dastidar, “COBOL Programming”, Tata McGraw - Hill

Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi, Second Edition, 2000.


Reference Book


A.S. Philippakis and Leonard J. Kazmier, “Structured COBOL”, McGraw-Hill

International Editions, Third Edition, 1986.


Semester : II Hours/week : 3

Code : 04UCA2403P Credit : 2


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