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Unformatted text preview: 4002-208Introduction to ProgrammingDay 01Getting StartedObjectivesAttendance and IntroductionsReview syllabusComputer accountsDiscuss software to used in this classWrite our first C++ program to print a message.24002-208Rules of the RoadOffice hoursTextbookImportant deadlinesTests, Labs, and ProgramsHow your grade is determinedCourse Description and OutcomesSchedule of topicsAcademic Honesty34002-208Lab Submission PolicyEach lab has 3 exercisesExercises 1 and 2 are due by the end of the 2-hour lab period. The lab assistant or I will check your results. If the results are incorrect, you need to correct your program and have it re-tested.If you cannot complete Exercise 3, you can complete it during the week and have it tested at the start of lab next week.44002-208Project Submission PolicyEach project will be submitted to a specific dropbox on myCourses.Each project has a due date, normally ona Saturdays at 3:00 AM.A project submitted more than 24 hours prior to the due date will be tested. If the program fails to work correctly, you will receive a message so that you can resubmit by the deadline with no penalty....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2009 for the course NSSA 4002 208 taught by Professor Niemi during the Spring '09 term at RIT.

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