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UCSD CSE 15L Java Debugging and the Scientific Method Lab 4 (Week 5) January 31, 2011
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Quiz today! Today’s quiz question refers to today’s reading from Debugging by Agans. 1.Take your quiz sheet and fold it closed . 2.At the announcement, unfold it and start. 3.You have seven minutes. Fold it closed at the announcement.
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Reminders about the labs What the notes should be: A real-time transcript of your thinking and actions. A tool to help you be systematic, but not to slow you down. Complete sentences are not required.
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Lab notes are meaningful only if you write them at the same time you do the thinking and work. Analogy 1: Comments are most helpful if you write them at the same time you write the code. Analogy 2: When you write a research paper, add each citation at the same time you write the text that uses the citation. If you create notes or comments or citations later, they can help a reader, but they can’t help you.
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The scientific method in notes What we need to see in the notes: Locate and fix every bug correctly.
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