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Introduction to System programming is a first semester core course. It is a 2-credit course that is available to students offering of Computer Science, Information Systems and Allied degrees. This course exposes you to various components of system programming and their functions. It explains to you the components of various system programs such as standard assemblers, linkers and loaders in the market. It also discusses microprocessors as foundational architecture for system programs.


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    (University of Ilorin, Computer Science) (Computer, Undergrad) Dr. Shakirat A. Salihu, Mr. H. A. Mojeed and Dr. M. Abdulraheem ; Abdulwahab Mahmud
    System program is one of the types of software that its development lies entirely with the manufacturers of the system and its aid in the efficient running of other applications in the system. This unit introduces you to the concept of system programming, its characteristics, goals and component.
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