02-07jan25objects - 1 1 CS100J. Lecture 2, 25 January 2007...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 1 CS100J. Lecture 2, 25 January 2007 Todays topic : Objects and classes Reading for this lecture: Section 1.3. Its most important that you study this section over the weekend and practice what is taught using DrJava. PLive : Activities 3-3.1, 3-3.2, 3-3.4 (not 3-3.3), 3-4.1, 3-4.2. Summary of lectures: On course page, click on Handouts and then Outline of lectures held so far. Quote for the day: Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons.--Popular Mechanics, forecasting the relentless march of science, 1949 Quiz on Tuesday. Tell me (1) what a type is, (2) how to execute an assignment statement, (3) how to draw a manilla folder (instance, object) of a class. See course web page for more details. 2 About CMS CMS: C ourse M anagement S ystem.Uses to maintain grades, handle submitted assignments, post grades, handle regrades, etc. Developed by the CS Department. Look at this URL: http://cms3.csuglab.cornell.edu Click on Secure extended login, if you see it. You will be asked for your cornell netid and password. After you have entered it, you will either be in the CMS and will see the course description or you will see on the right something like this:...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2012 for the course CS 100J taught by Professor Davidgries during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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02-07jan25objects - 1 1 CS100J. Lecture 2, 25 January 2007...

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