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CS182SyllabusV1 - CSE182 Applied Problem Solving with...

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1 CSE182 Applied Problem Solving with C# (Class #86516) Class Time : Mon, Wed, Fri: 11:50 ~ 12:40 pm Classroom : BYAC 110 Instructor Dr. Xuerong (Sherry) Feng Office: Brickyard 512 (5th floor) Tel: (480)965-2855 Email: [email protected] URL: http://www.public.asu.edu/~xfeng13 Office Hour Mon, Wed.: 10:30 ~ 11:30am 2:00 ~ 3:00pm Fri: 10:30 ~ 11:30am (Other time is also available by appointment, just talk or email to me to set up a time that is convenient for both of us.) TA (TBA) Textbook (Required) & Other Teaching Materials C# Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design (2nd edition), by Barbara Doyle. Course Technology, ISBN 13: 978-1-4239-0146-4, ISBN 10:1-4239- 0146-0 Handouts provided by the instructor. Course Description This course provides a comprehensive introduction to programming using Visual C# .NET. It will introduce the basic programming constructs of simple sequence, selection and iteration. This course will also show how to create different types of
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2 applications including console-based and Windows-based. If time permits, the event- driven programming model will also be covered. Topics Covered 1. Introduction to Computing and Programming 2. Your First C# Program 3. Data Types and Expressions 4. Methods and Behaviors 5. Making Decisions 6. Repeating Instructions 7. Arrays and Collections 8. Introduction to Windows Programming 9. Programming Based on Events Grading Your grade will be based on the following point system. In-Class Exercises = 10 pts Labs = 10 pt. Quizzes = 50 points (after dropping the lowest), 6 quizzes at 10 pts each. Midterms = 180 points (after dropping the lowest), 3 tests at 90 points each. Final Exam = 120 points (mandatory) Homework & Projects = 150 points (after dropping the lowest), 7 assignments at 25 points each The following scale will be used to determine your final grade: A+ 504 - 520 A 468 - 503 B+ 452 - 467 B 416 - 451 C+ 400 - 415 C 364 - 399 D 312 - 363 E 0 - 311
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3 Quizzes, Tests and Assignments Policies In-Class Exercises: from time to time, just to enhance what you just learned, I will distribute some in-class exercises and these in-class exercises will be collected. In
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