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Title: Section 0101, 0102, 0103 and Honors
Authors: Department of Computer Science - University of Maryland Baltimore County
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Publisher: Department of Computer Science - University of Maryland Baltimore County
Citation: http://www.cs.umbc.edu/~chang/cs201.f95/syllabus.html
Abstract: Section 0101, 0102, 0103 and Honors, Fall 1995 Course Syllabus We will generally follow the material covered in the textbook The Art and Science of C, by Eric S. Roberts. The following schedule outlines the material to be covered in the semester and the assigned reading for each lecture, in parentheses. Tu 9/5 Introduction (Chapter 1) Th 9/7 Some simple C programs (2.1) Tu 9/12 Variables & assignments (2.2 - 2.3) Th 9/14 Data types & expressions (2.4 - 2.5) Tu 9/19 Programming idioms & loops (3.1 - 3.3) Th 9/21 Building bigger Programs (3.4 - 3.6) Tu 9/26 Boolean data; Quiz 1 (4.1 - 4.5) Th 9/28 More loops (4.6 - 4.7) Tu 10/3 Functions (5.1) Th 10/5 Writing your own functions (5.2 - 5.3) Tu 10/10 Tracing function calls (5.4 - 5.5) Th 10/12 Stepwise refinement (5.6) Tu 10/17 Midterm Exam Th 10/19 Libraries & interfaces (7.1 & 8.1) Tu 10/24 A graphics library (7.2 - 7.4) Th 10/26 A random number library (8.2 - 8.5) Tu 10/31 Characters & Strings (9.2 - 9.3) Th 11/2 Using the string library (9.4) Tu 11/7 More strings Th 11/9 Modular development (10.1 - 10.3) Tu 11/14 Arrays (11.1 - 11.3) Th 11/16 More on arrays; Quiz 2 (11.4 - 11.6) Tu 11/21 Pointers (13.1 - 13.2) Th 11/23 Thanksgiving break Tu 11/28 Pointers as parameters (13.3 - 13.4) Th 11/30 Memory allocation (13.5 - 14.3) Tu 12/5 Records (16.1 - 16.6) Th 12/7 Recursion; Quiz 3 (17.1) Th 12/14 Final Exam, 10:30am 12:30pm, LH5
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