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01-07jan23expr - C S100J S ep tem b er 2 0 0 7 W e b s it e...

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1 0 CS100J September 2007 CS100J: 12 weeks programming using Java, 2 using Matlab. David Gries. CS100M : 7 weeks of Matlab and 7 of Java. Daisy Fan. CS100H : 12 weeks Java, 2 Matlab 11:15 only. Graeme Bailey Quote for the day: I think there is a world market for maybe five computers. Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943 No prior programming experience 7 wks Matlab, 7 wks Java One semester of calculus Math & engineering type problems No prior programming experience 12 wks Java, 2 wks Matlab No calculus More non-numerical problems M J 1 Course outcomes: (1) Basic understanding of object-oriented and proced- ural aspects of programming, as expressed in Java. (2) Fluency in Java --able to write programs using classes and subclasses, as well as assignments, conditionals, recursion, and loops. (3) Knowledge of the basic API classes and their specifications. Academic Integrity. We ask you not to cheat, in any way, shape, or form. On our side, we will try our best to be fair about the amount of work we are giving you, in the grading of that work, and in giving you a course grade. For more info, see course website. Website. http://www.cs.cornell.edu/courses/cs100j/2006sp/ 2 Methods to increase chances of success in the course. Section is in the ACCEL Lab . Guided exercises on the computer, with a TA & consultants there to help.
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