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Unformatted text preview: ENEE 140: Introduction to Programming Concepts for Engineers email@example.com Gang Qu Spring 2010 Preface This manual is prepared for the introductory programming course ENEE 140 offered in the University of Maryland, College Park. Its goal is to give students hands-on experience in basic C programming under UNIX environment and gets them prepared for the advanced programming course ENEE 150. We expect students to learn basic programming concepts and to develop problem solving skills . In the course ENEE 140, students will meet three times a week, one 75-minute lecture and two 50-minute recitations. The lecture will be delivered to the entire class by the instructor in a lecture hall and the recitation will be given in a computer laboratory directed by undergraduate teaching fellows (UTF) or graduate teaching assistants (GTA) where each student will have a computer to work on. Most work will be done during the recitation where the students can get instant help from the UTF/GTA. Therefore, it is important for the students to prepare for the recitation in advance for better utilization of the UTF/GTA resource. This is reason No. 1 for this manual. the UTF/GTA resource....
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2010 for the course ENEE 140 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.
- Fall '08