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COURSE SYLLABUS - COURSE SYLLABUS COP 3330 Object Oriented...

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COURSE SYLLABUS COP 3330 Object Oriented Programming with C++ Spring Semester 2009 CLASS SCHEDULE FOR ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS: Activity Day Time Location Lecture (All) Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 - 10:45 Love 101 Rec. Section 1 Tuesday 2:00 - 3:15 MCH 315A Rec. Section 2 Thursday 3:35 - 4:50 MCH 315A Rec. Section 3 Thursday 12:30 - 1:45 MCH 315A EXAM SCHEDULE: See Course Schedule COURSE SCHEDULE: Week Topic Reading Assignment Homework/Assignment 1 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming Review of C++, Makefiles, Chapters 6 and 7.1 Assignment #1 2 Classes and Objects Chapter 7 Assignment #1 Due 3 Classes, Operator Overloading Chapter 8 Assignment # 2 4 Aggregation/Composition Arrays and classes Chapter 8 Assignment #2 Due 5 Arrays and classes Dynamic Allocation and Classes Chapter 10 Assignment #3 6 Dynamic Allocation and Classes Chapter 10 Assignment #3 Due 7 Dynamic Allocation and Classes Chapter 10 Review for Test
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Test on Thursday 8 Copy Constructor, Assignment Operator String Chapter 10, 9 Assignment #4 9 Inheritance Basics Polymorphism Chapter 14 Assignment #4 Due 10 Spring Break No Class No Class 11 Polymorphism, Virtual Functions Multiple Inheritance Lecture Assignment #5 12 Bitwise Operators Lecture Assignment #5 Due 13 Templates/Data Structures Chapter 16,17 Assignment #6 14 Data Structures Chapter 17 Assignment #6 Due 15 Exception Handing Recursion Chapter 13,18 Assignment #7 16 Exception Handling Recursion Chapter 13,18 Assignment #7 Due 17 Finals Week Final Exam Programming Assignments: Projects are assigned near the beginning of the term. You will be graded on your individual work. I can’t emphasis enough how important it is for you to do your own work on the programming assignments. A passing grade in this class is representative that you are capable of designing and producing programs in C++ on your own. Doing well on the programming assignments will be directly translated into doing well on the tests. ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE MIDNIGHT ON FRIDAY OF THE WEEK OF THEIR DUE DATE. Assignments must be submitted through the Digital Dropbox on Blackboard using your FSUID account. The date and time stamp on the Blackboard site will be used to determine if your assignment is late or not. COURSE PERSONNEL: Instructor: Dr. David A. Gaitros Responsibilities: Overall course coordination, lecture materials, code library, and projects
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Office: University Center C room C6131 Phone: 644-4883 Email: dgaitros@fsu.edu Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 9:30am - 11:00am or by appointment at other times TA: Mr. Jaime Mahaffey Responsibilities: Recitation and lab instructor, answer student questions, grading of student projects. Sections 2-3 Office: Love 020 Phone: 644- Email: Jcm04f@fsu.edu TA: Mr. Matthew Small Responsibilities: Recitation and lab instructor, answer student questions, grading of projecst. Sections 1 Office: Love 020 Phone:
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