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Lec 1 - CS50 / Week 0: Friday

Lec 1 - CS50 / Week 0: Friday. Introduction. Bits. Binary. ASCII. Programming. Algorithms. Scratch. Statements. Boolean expressions. Conditions. Loops. Variables. Threads. Events. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 2 - CS50 / Week 9: Wednesday

v. CSS. Inheritance. JavaScript. Events, continued. Ajax. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 3 - CS50 / Week 9: Monday

Lec 3 - CS50 / Week 9: Monday. CSS. Inheritance. JavaScript. Events, continued. Ajax. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 4 - CS50 / Week 1: Wednesday

Lec 4 - CS50 / Week 1: Wednesday. C. Source code. Compilers. Object code. SSH. SFTP. GCC. Functions. Comments. Standard output. Arithmetic operators. Precedence. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 5 - CS50 / Week 8: Wednesday

Lec 5 - CS50 / Week 8: Wednesday. HTTP. XHTML. PHP. SQL. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 6 - CS50 / Week 8: Monday

Lec 6 - CS50 / Week 8: Monday. HTTP. XHTML. PHP. SQL. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 7 - CS50 / Week 10: Monday

Lec 7 - CS50 / Week 10: Monday. Preprocessing. Compiling. Assembling. Linking. CPUs. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 8 - CS50 / Week 7: Wednesday

Lec 8 - CS50 / Week 7: Wednesday. Valgrind. Bitwise operators. Hash tables. Trees. Binary search trees. Tries. Huffman coding. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 9 - CS50 / Week 7: Monday

Lec 9 - CS50 / Week 7: Monday. Valgrind. Bitwise operators. Hash tables. Trees. Binary search trees. Tries. Huffman coding. More at http://cs50.tv/.
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Lec 10 - CS50 / Week 5: Wednesday

Lec 10 - CS50 / Week 5: Wednesday. File I/O. Forensics. Linked lists. Stacks. Queues. More at http://cs50.tv/.

CS50: Intro To Computer Science


Source of these courses is Harvard University 
Instructor David Malan Introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming. This course teaches students how to think algorithmically and solve problems efficiently. Topics include abstraction, algorithms, encapsulation, data structures, databases, memory management, security, software development, virtualization, and websites. Languages include C, PHP, and JavaScript plus SQL, CSS, and HTML. Problem sets inspired by real-world domains of biology, cryptogr
Harvard University  Website: http://www.dnatube.com/school/harvard

COURSE NAME: CS50: Intro To Computer Science

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