A brief zwischenzug - Overloading and classes.
As I've said before, dealing with numerics complicates things. One of
the ways that it complicates things is that we want to have a diverse
set of types (Integer, Double, Complex, Ra
1) This year's lab 1 will probably be next year's lab 2. Sorry about that, my ambition
got away from me, as it sometimes does.
2) Please make sure that your name is legible on your HW. I'm grading Monday's (so
<For next year - reorder this, moving much of the material to the next lecture,
so as to better prepare students for the lab.>
Remember the lab today. It is insanely ambitious, but I think you'll feel a real
sense of accomplishment wh
Let's do something a bit more interesting.
Let's suppose you want to compute the monthly payment on a loan - a house loan,
a car loan, or perhaps even a student loan :-). There are a lot of ways we
might approach this computationally,
Instructor: Stuart A. Kurtz
Office: Ryerson 166
Note: I tend to teach in a "John Madden" style (a reference that I'm
going to have to update, now that he's no longer a