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Unformatted text preview: CS-360/580HGUI & Windows ProgrammingDr. Richard R. EckertComputer Science DepartmentSUNY BinghamtonFall, 2009CS-360: MWF, 1:10-2:10 P.M., SL-210CS-580H: TR, 8:30-9:55 A.M., SW-325Course Information• Office: EB-N6• Phone: 777-4365• Office Hours: W, R 1:30-2:30 P.M. • Email: [email protected] http://www.cs.binghamton.edu/~reckert/– CS-360 link for syllabus, notes, programs, assignments, etc.• Class Listserv:– [email protected] CS-360 TA: Elif Dede• CS-580H TA: Yibo SunCourse Prerequisites• CS-240, Data Structures• Some knowledge of C or C++Text Book Information• Required:– Deitel, et.al., “Visual C# 2005: How to Program”, 2ndEdition, PH/Pearson, 2005, ISBN 0-13-152523-9 • Recommended:– Kate Gregory, “Special Edition Visual C++ .NET”, Que, 2002, ISBN 0-7887-2466-9• Many Books on Reserve– See Reserve List in Course SyllabusSoftware• Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 Professional Edition– 2008 available at most University public computer facilities– Get your own copy of either• From Microsoft Academic Alliance– Available now to all registered BU students– https://msdn04.e-academy.com/elms/Security/PasswordReminder.aspx?campus=binghamton_watson• Smaller .NET 2005 or 2008 “Express Editions” free from Microsoft:– Visual C++ 2005/08, Visual C# 2005/08, SQL Server 2005/08 Visual Web Developer 2005/08 Express Editions– http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/ Evaluation• Programming Assignments 40%• Term Examinations (2) 40%• Quizzes (360)/Paper(580H) 10%• Final Project 10%Policies•Assignments– Individual– Due on due date, but can be turned in to CS-360/CS-580H drop drawer in filing cabinets outside CS Department any time that day or night– 5% off for every day late• Weekends and holidays not included– No assignments accepted more than one week late•Originality–Any non-original work (work found to be copied) will be grounds for an F in the course– Individual assignments•Students do NOTwork in teamsCourse Schedule (weekly)1. Intro to GUIs & Windows Programming, Using Visual Studio2. Win32 API Programming3. MFC Programming: App/Window & Doc/View Approaches4.Visual Studio .NET & C#, Classes, Windows Forms, Events, Essential Structures5. Graphics, Animation, Timers, DateTime6. Mouse, Images, Bitmaps7. Text, Fonts, Keyboard, Printing8. Pages & Transformations, MenusCourse Schedule (continued)9. Controls: Buttons, Labels, TextBoxes, Scrollbars, Listboxes, etc....
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