CS1411 - 160 - Programming Principles I, Spring 2005
The syllabus is online.
The schedule is online. This is only approximate and will change during the semester. (Apr 01, 2012, 19:20 (UTC))
Important class announcements will be posted here. Please check back frequently.
- Just as a remainder how important correct number handling is: All students that had a floating point final grade (4) got that counted as 0. Since this is 20% of the grade it seriousely brought the grades down. Thanks to Jose this error was found, and the grades are fixed now.
- Final Grades are posted in TechSIS
- Grades for the final
- Example solution for the final (programming part)
- Project 2 Grades are posted. If yoiu have not gotten your printout back, please email me and see me / tell me where i need to send it to
- Notes for the final exam are finally posted
- If you have any grade corrections, please notify me before the final. If you do it via email, please make sure that I got it (ask me at the final if I didn't reply)
- The final will be on Sat, May 7th, 10:30 - 1:00 p.m. (see Final Schedule)
- Programming assignment 2 (Apr 01, 2012, 19:20 (UTC)) is posted. It is due May 3rd. Please note: I may update it later if necessary.
- Please check the Extra credit for the 2nd prgramming test
- The second programming exam will be on april 5th, in the LAB
- Please check the Extra credit for the midterm
- I have updated the schedule. Please note: The date for the 2nd programming exam will change!
- Notes for written exam.
- Don't forget: The written midterm will be on Tue, Mar 8! Notes will be posted here soon.
- Programming assignment 1 is posted. It is due March 10th.
- Please see the Notes on the programming test.
- Don't forget: Programming test on Feb 17!
- Please prepare your questions for feb 15 for review
- The first day of class is Thu, Jan 13.
- The first lab session is Tue, Jan 18.
There are several examples for you to look at:
- Examples from the class can be found on the examples page (Apr 01, 2012, 19:20 (UTC)).
- Examples from the book.
- Examples from another 1411 class.
- example for programming exam 1 (however, there will only be about 5 functions on the actual test).
- solution for example for programming exam 1 (untested).
- Examples for written exams: Test 1 (Fall 04), Test 2 (Fall 04).
- due Jan 25: Read chapter 1+2, take 3-6 handwritten pages of notes (total, not per chapter)
- due Feb 1: Read chapter 3, take 2-4 handwritten pages of notes
- due Feb 8: Read chapter 4+5.1, take 2-4 handwritten pages of notes
- due Feb 15: Read chapters the rest of chapter 5 (5.2-), take 2-4 handwritten pages of notes
- due Feb 22: None due to programming test week
- due Feb 29 (Mar 1): Read chapters 6.1 + 9.1 (skip the rest of 6, all of 7,8), take 2-4 handwritten pages of notes
- due Mar 8: Again, none due to test
- due Mar 29: Read chapter 11 (ignore classes), take 2-4 pages
- due Mar 31: Read chapter 10.1, 10.2, -> operator from 10.3, take 2-4 pages (plese note: the date overlapps with the one for ch. 11)
- due Apr 12: Read chapter 13, take 2-4 pages
- due Apr 19: Read chapter 12 (you may ignore 12.3, but read 12.4), take 2-4 pages. Last notes!
All notes have to be handwritten and passed in during class time
- Jan 18 - 20
- Jan 25 - 27 (example solution 1, example solution 2)
- Feb 1 - 3 (example solution)
- Feb 8 - 10
- Feb 15 - 17
- Feb 22 - 24 (example solution 1, example solution 2)
- Mar 1 - 3
- Mar 8 - 10: None, you have time to work on your project. Please note: You still have to be present in at least one Lab session that week!
- Mar 22 - 24
- Mar 29 - 31
- Apr 5 - 7
- Apr 12 - 14
- Apr 18 - 21 (example solution)
- Apr 25 - 28: No mandatory lab. No attendence required. However, the TAs will still be there to help you with the project.
Please check the Extra credit for the 2nd prgramming test
Quizzes / Exams
- Quiz 1 (Feb 1)
- Quiz 2 (Feb 8)
- Programing test 1 (Feb 17) (incl. example solution)
- MidTerm (incl. Answers)
- Quiz 3 (Mar 24) (incl. explanation)
- Quiz 4 (Apr 12) (incl. explanation)
- Quiz 5 (Apr 26) (incl. answers)
- Programming test 2, Sample solution, another Sample solution
Please check these frequently. This is what I have in my records. There may (and most probably will) be errors, so please let me know ASAP.
The follwing pages may be of some help:
- Programming:C++ at wikibooks
- Programmming: C++ (2) at wikibooks
- cplusplus resources
- The cplusplus.com tutorial
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