CS1411 - Programming Principles I, Fall 2005
Screenshot of the guided tour in Mac OS 1.1 (1985)
- Project 3 is posted.
- Project 2 has been posted.
- Review sessions for test 2 will probably be on monday, 7pm, tuesday 10am and 7pm, in room cs 201 (the room is subject to change)
- The lab will be down this sunday (11-6) starting 10am for about 12 hrs.
- The second exam will be on Wednesday, Nov 9, 7:30pm. If you can not make it, please send me an email.
- MidTerm grades are posted in TechSIS.
- Feedback on part I of the project can be found in WebCT
- Your grades can be found in WebCT
- The first exam will probably be on Wednesday, Oct 5, 7:30pm (a week later than what I said in class)
- Office hours are Mo 11 - 12 and We 12 - 1 starting Sep 12, or anytime if you email me
- The CS 1411 backup website is now online.
- Attention: Some students have been moved from this class to a differnt section. Please check back with TechSIS.
- This will be the webpage for the class. Information should appear here before the first day of class
- Are on the Common Lab Assigmnent Page
There are several examples for you to look at:
- Examples from the book can be found on the books CD
- Examples from an older class can be found on the examples page.
- Examples from a different book.
- Examples from another 1411 class.
Notes that are not from the book
- Your may check Mr. Paniagua's lecture notes
- Notes for multiple files, enum, and namespaces are in the Background for lab 9
- Number Systems
- Binary I/O
Software you may use:
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The follwing pages may be of some help:
- Programming:C++ at wikibooks
- Programmming: C++ (2) at wikibooks
- cplusplus resources
- The cplusplus.com tutorial
- PowerPoint Slides for the book Reproduced from the PowerPoints for Simply C++: An Application-Driven Tutorial Approach by Deitel Deitel Chofnes and Kelsey © 2005. Reproduced by permission of Pearson Education, Inc.
- Deitels website for the Simply C++ book
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