Lecture 04-Customizing a class, fields, constructors

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1 CS1110 lecture 4 9 Sept. Customizing a class & testing Next time: Testing using Junit. (Appendix I.2.4 (p. 486) and pp 385—388) Object: the superest class of them all. (pp 153–154). Function toString (pg. 112 -113 ). Static components Sec. 1.5 (p. 47). Organizational tip #652 : For classes with a lot of handouts (like CS1110), get a 3-ring binder and a 3-hole punch. Punch holes in the handouts and store them in the binder; this makes accessing them much easier. You can easily interleave other notes and papers, too. A “must see” about academic integrity (on youtube): http://tinyurl.com/35ltf4n
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2 Quiz 2 on Tuesday 14 Sept Purpose of a constructor (slide 6); Evaluating a new expression (slide 8) Assignment A1 out today, due Sat., 18 Sept. on the CMS. Submit A1 earlier if you can so that we can start the iterative feedback process going. Labs and one-on-ones (schedule yours on CMS) will help you with it. Collaboration rules for assignment A1 Work alone or with one partner –partners “group themselves” on the CMS well before submission; only one person submits the files. Partners must do the work together, sit next to each other, with each taking turns “driving” (handling the mouse and keyboard). It is against the rules for one partner to develop code and later show it to the other. Never look at someone else’s code or show yours to someone else. Never be in possession of someone else’s code (except your partner).
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3 One-on-One Sessions (optional) Next 1.5 weeks, we are holding 1/2-hour one-on-one sessions on a computer with each student in CS1110. Purpose : Help you develop a class as preparation for A1, give you a chance to ask questions. Not counted in final course grade. Sign up on the course CMS ( http://cms.csuglab.cornell.edu ): Click on assignment One-on-one, find the schedule of times/instructors.
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