Lecture 00 a few Java types - CS1110 Fall 2010 Instructors:...

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1 1 CS1110 CS1112: Matlab No prior programming experience One semester of calculus Math- & engineering- type problems CS1110: Java No prior programming experience No calculus Non-numerical problems Later assignments: processing images, games, playing music website: www.cs.cornell.edu/courses/cs1110/2010fa/ Very interesting and accessible talk at 4:15 today, Upson B17: 2 CS2110 Computers & Programming Uses Java Prerequisite: CS1110 or CS1130. CS1130: Transition to OO (using Java) CS1132 : Transition to Matlab •Both require previous programming experience. •Self-paced, 1-credit (4 weeks), S/U. Engineers take CS1110–CS1132 or CS1112–CS1130. CS1110 course outcomes: (1) Basic understanding of object-oriented and procedural aspects of programming, as expressed in Java. (2) Fluency in Java —ability to write programs using classes and subclasses, as well as assignments, conditionals, recursion, and loops. (3) Knowledge of the basic API classes and their specifications. 3 Methods to increase chances of success in the course. 1. Section/labs . In the ACCEL Lab , ! Carpenter Library 2 nd ±oor. Guided exercises on computer, TA and consultants walking around, helping. Mandatory. 2. Quizzes . Let you know what material is important for you to know at that point. You will know quite clearly what the quiz will cover. Everyone expected to get A on each quiz.
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2010 for the course CS 1110 taught by Professor Davidgries during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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