000_Course_Information - CS106L Fall 2009 Handout #00...

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CS106L Fall 2009 Handout #00 September 24, 2009 Course Information _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Instructor Keith Schwarz Email htiek@cs.stanford.edu . Don't hesitate to send me emails! I enjoy helping out and answer- ing questions. Even if you have a C++ question that pertains to something we didn't cover in class, send it to me and I'll be more than happy to answer. Office Hours While I don't have “office hours” in the conventional sense, I will try to stay around after lectures to answer questions. If this doesn't work out, send me an email and I can try to meet with you at another, more convenient time. Lectures Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:15 – 5:05 in room 260-113. Units 1 unit satisfactory/no credit. However, that's one unit jam-packed with useful C++ and you will have a high ratio of content to units. Prerequisites This class is designed to be taken concurrently with CS106B or CS106X, but anyone with equivalent experience should be able to benefit greatly from the material. Readings CS106L has a course reader that's available in the bookstore. I highly suggest that you pick up a copy – the reader explores all sorts of interesting techniques and also includes worked examples showcasing exactly how much mileage you can get out of C++. However, the course reader is by no means a complete reference on C++. Thus, in addi- tion to the reader, I recommend reading some of the following books, each of which is out- standing in its own right: Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example by Andrew Koenig and Barbara Moo. This introductory C++ textbook is an invaluable resource for aspiring C++ program-
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