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Class Announcements - CS 31 Announcements Spring 2009 I...

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CS 31 Announcements Spring 2009 6/8/09 I forgot to ask the class a question about the textbook to help me make a decision about future quarters. Please respond to this 15-second survey . 6/5/09 Notice the change in one of the final exam rooms in the message dated 6/3/09: If your discussion section meets Fridays 10-12 (i.e., section 1A, 1D, 1F, 1G, 1I, or 1J), go to Rolfe 1200 for the final. (Previously, we thought it would be in Fowler.) 6/4/09 The program originally posted as the target of the Project 5 Test Data link was not the one used to test your solution to Project 5; at 8:30 AM today, it was replaced by the correct tester program. 6/3/09 The final exam will be closed book, closed notes, except for two 8½"×11" sheets of paper (4 sides). The final is Saturday, June 6, from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM in Rolfe 1200 if your discussion section meets Fridays from 10-12 (i.e., section 1A, 1D, 1F, 1G, 1I, or 1J). Make sure you know
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where Rolfe is . La Kretz 110 if your discussion section meets Fridays from 12-2 or 2-4 (i.e., section 1B, 1C, 1E or 1H). 6/3/09 If your code passes these basic tests , you'll probably do well on Project 7. 5/30/09 The Project 7 spec is now available. 5/28/09 The Project 7 warmup has been posted. 5/19/09 You may now turn in Project 5. After doing that, you can start on Project 6 . 5/19/09 As mentioned several times in class, part of our testing will involve replacing your playOneRound function with ours to test some aspects of your main function, or replacing your main with ours to test aspects of your playOneRound . For this reason, you should not use any non- const global variables to
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2009 for the course CS 31 taught by Professor Melkanoff during the Spring '00 term at UCLA.

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