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Lect re 13 Lecture 13 Midterm review Z. Morley Mao [email protected] Wednesday Feb 20 th , 2008 1
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Administrivia N t ffi h ( li ht h ) Next office hours (slight change) Thursday 1:30 2:30 PM, 3:30 4:30PM, 6 7PM in 4629 CSE Sample midterm posted under “Handouts” Answer key posted by tomorrow Midterm reminder: March 6, Thursday 7PM 8:30PM. No lecture on March 5, Wed. Email me ([email protected]) if you cannot make it. People taking alternate midterm will receive email from me by Thursday. 2
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Teaching Evaluation Reports Many think I speak too fast… l d b b ! Powerpoint slides can be boring! Complaints about the change in instructor. Need more project help. Extra office hours before due date Will do another informal survey after the midterm We plan to email you an assessment of your overall standing after the midterm 3
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Requests from us Please do come talk to us about your complaints, suggestions By email or office hours, or through your GSI Feel free to give us feedback any time We hope this class will be fun for you E if d ’t it th li f d Even if you don’t write another line of c++ code ever again after this class! We will try our best to make the learning more interesting and fun… We believe anyone can program! 4
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A small diversion C++: You accidentally create a dozen instances of yourself and shoot them all in the foot of yourself and shoot them all in the foot.
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