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Lecture 01 - CS193p Spring 2010 Wednesday Logistics...

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CS193p Spring 2010 Wednesday, March 31, 2010
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Logistics Lectures Building 260 (History Corner) Room 034 Monday & Wednesday 4:15pm - 5:30pm Office Hours TBD Homework 7 Weekly Assignments Assigned on Wednesdays (often will be multiweek projects) Due Tuesdays at 11:59pm (3 late days allowed per quarter) Graded on , + and - Final Project w/Keynote Presentation (last 3 weeks) Wednesday, March 31, 2010
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Object Oriented Programming Terms Class A description of (or sometimes called a “template for”) an Object. Instance A manifestation of a Class. Often interchangeable with “Object”. Message What you send to an Object to get it to do something. Method The code that is invoked when you send an Object a Message. Instance Variable A storage location each Instance has. Is often a pointer to another Object. Inheritance / Superclass / Subclass The process by which a Class gets functionality from another Class. A Subclass Inherits functionality from its Superclass. Protocol A description of a set of Messages that a Class can claim to respond to. Sometimes called an “interface” in some languages. Wednesday, March 31, 2010
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Requirements You need access to a Mac! Intel-based (not PowerPC) Macintosh Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard (or later) iPhone SDK is not available on the cluster computers currently iPhone/iPod Touch (iPad?) NOT Required Homework to be done on iPhone Simulator Loaner iPod Touches (sorry no iPads or iPhones) available No “Textbook” Documentation is built into Developer Tools Prerequisite: CS106 Object-Oriented Programming Wednesday, March 31, 2010
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