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COP3223Spr11Syll - Spring 2011 COP 3223(C Programming...

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Spring 2011 COP 3223 (C Programming) Syllabus Note: This is the part of syllabus that is common to all three sections. Each professor will provide the specifics to his section. Section Instructor Day/Time Room 1 Dr. Marshall Tappen MWF 9:30-10:20am HEC 125 2 Dr. Niels Lobo MWF 1:30-2:20pm CSB 101 3 Mr. Arup Guha TR 6:00-7:15 pm MAP 260 Instructor Office Office Hours @cs.ucf.edu Dr. Marshall Tappen HEC-230 TR 12:00pm-2:00pm mtappen Dr. Niels Lobo HEC-252 MTWR 11:45am-1:25pm niels Mr. Arup Guha HEC-240 MTWRF10:30am-11:30am TR 4:45pm-5:45pm dmarino Course Website: http://www.cs.ucf.edu/courses/cop3223/spr2011 Course Description: COP 3223 provides an introduction to the C programming language for those with no prior programming experience . The course aims to teach the syntax and use of major constructs of the C language and will not focus on algorithmic design (COP 3502 focuses on algorithmic design). Some of these constructs include: conditional statements, loops, functions, arrays, pointers, strings, structures, and file I/O. Course Textbook: C Knights: An Introduction to Programming in C by Guha, ISBN-13: 978-0-558-85807-0. This book is a custom textbook specifically written for the course that we teach at UCF. The goal in writing this book was to bring the cost down for students and also to provide a book that mirrored how the course is taught. This book will be cheaper than a new copy of the previous book, but potentially more expensive than a used copy of the previous book. The two previous versions of the textbook will also be adequate for the course. (The last version was the previous version of this custom text and the version before that was a previously published textbook.) These two versions are: C Knights: An Introduction to Programming in C (with selections from Hanly and Koffman’s Problem Solving and Program Design in C , Jones and Harrow’s Problem Solving With C , and Mr. Arup Guha and Dr. Ali Orooji) ISBN-13: 978-0-558-56469-8. C Programming by K.N. King, ISBN 978-0-393-97950-3.
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Grading: Each instructor will specify the grading criteria for his section in a separate handout. Each assignment must be submitted through WebCourses. The due date for each assignment will be posted on WebCourses. These dates will also be announced in class at least once. (Note: Different sections may have slightly different due dates, so please consult your section's WebCourses to find the exact due date and time.) If a program is
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