W01-Introduction

W01-Introduction - CS 151 Introduction to C Programming...

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9/26/05 1 CS 151 Introduction to C Programming Gary Watson Wiegand 115 Fall 2005, MWF 12:00-12:50 9/26/05 2 Overview • Pretty much an electronic course • See Handout for web address • Black Board for quizzes and email 9/26/05 3 Who •Y ou – No previous (programming) experience required – Expect computer literacy •M e – Ph.D. Low Temperature Physics, Cornell U. – Teaching/Research, U. Idaho, American U. Beirut
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9/26/05 4 What • Introduction to programming – Program • A magical spell cast over a computer allowing it to turn one's input into error messages. – Programming • A pastime similar to banging one's head against a brick wall with less productive results . • The C language – How to use the C language to create programs 9/26/05 5 Dilbert View 9/26/05 6 How Study for This Course • 4 Credits = 8 to 10 hrs/wk outside class. • Lecture – attend and participate. • Reading – daily assignments. • Programming Assignments – weekly. • Quizzes – weekly. • Class Work – twice a week.
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9/26/05 7 Lecture Time – Active Learning • Answer questions. • Brief lecture – not comprehensive. • Working demos or in-class exercises. • Class Work – individual or group in-class
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