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The course meets MWF at 9:30 (Sect A) and 1:00 (Sect B); the text is "Problem Solving with C++" by Savitch. We will cover approximately Chapters 1 to 5, parts of 7, 9, 10 and 12. There will be assigned one and one-half hour labs held in the PC Lab in Physics and Engineering. Labs start the week of September 21. There will be several programming assignments. One in-class test will be held on October 26. For official detail see the Department Handbook.In order to pass the course a passing grade on the aggregate of the test and the final exam must be obtained. The final grade in the course will be assigned with approximately the following weighting:
The following steps will add the
to your desktop. Then you can load the Turbo C++ IDE just as if you were in
from Program Manager, select File, New, Program Group, and specify the
in the path field ( not Description field).
Start Menu, Run, n:\winn\setup\nr_log_d.reg
this will only need to be done once.
To start Turbo C++
Start Menu, Run, n:\winn\tc30.nr
Detailed instructions on how to hand in the program files for your assignments will be given in class. Remember that a printed copy is also required. File names are to be as specified after each question.Headers
Every program submitted must include a `header' comment at the beginning in the following format:
Author: Jane Doe, jnede (give your user name) Date: 23 September 1998 Task: Assignment 1, Problem 1 Description: (Here you give in your own words a description of the problem solved.) Filename: convert.cpp