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Winter Quarter 2000-2001

This course provides an introduction to software development using an object-oriented approach and the C++ programming language. Particular emphasis is placed on the design process and the reuse of existing software components, which are critical to the development of large software systems. (prereq: CS-150 or a high school programming course; coreq: MA-127 or equivalent) (3-3-4)

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will:

  • Understand and apply basic high-level programming language syntax.
  • Be able to design and implement small C++ programs.
  • Understand and be able to apply the Standard Template Library (STL) vector and list classes.
  • Understand and be able to apply selection and iteration in C++ programs.
  • Understand and be able to apply C++ functions.
  • Understand basic aspects of the object model.
  • Be able to use existing C++ class libraries.

The above course description and goals were taken from the official course description.

General Course Policies

Please review the general course policies webpage.

Textbook

C++ How to Program, Introducing Object-Oriented Design with the UML, 3rd Ed., by Harvey M. Deitel and Paul J. Deitel, Prentice-Hall, 2000.

My Schedule

Time Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
8:00 CS182 CC53 CS182 CC53 CS182 CC53   CS182 CC53
9:00 Office Hour    
10:00
11:00 Office Hour XX
12:00 XX   Lunch w/ Students* Office Hour
1:00 DEPT MTG Ind. Study
2:00   Fac Senate   CS4802L CC36
3:00 CS4802 CC07   CS4802 CC07 CS285L CC48
4:00 CS285 CC48 CS285 CC48

* I would like to have lunch with you individually or as a group to get to know you better. If we eat in RWJ, housing will pick up my lunch bill. If you would prefer to eat elsewhere, we will each be responsible for our own bill. Feel free to suggest another time... perhaps breakfast, if the time above does not work for you.

Quizzes

A quiz will be given at the beginning of each lab period. The lowest quiz score will be dropped. No make-up quizzes will be given.

Grading

Quizzes:

20%

Lab projects:

30%

Hour Exams (2):

15% each

Final exam:

20%

Total:

100%

Tentative Schedule

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