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TDDD33 Programming (C++) (6 ECTS)

Ht1-Ht2 2010


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10/12  Exam system demo timetable available

5/12  Crammed exam on Dec 16
 

The exam on December 16 is filled to the limit. It is not a problem if you can sign up for December 17 instead, but if you for some reason must take the exam on December 16, please contact me for a solution.

Any student that do not intend to come to the exam, Please remember to deregister.


1/11  Manning on labs updated
 

The number of assistants on labs is decreased (Not visible in timeedit!). Look at the course homepage to see which assistants that are available on each lab. You can ask or demonstrate to any, but if you demonstrate corrections from a previous demonstration you should try to use the same assistant.

Also remember that the labs take place in SU15-SU16 only. It you sit elsewhere you do not get help.


21/10  Period 2 (Oct - Dec) Schedule and Deadlins online
 

The schedule and deadlines is now available on the course homepage.


7/10  Schedule change
 

Due to illness the lecture Friday October 8 i canceled an reinserted on Monday. The new Monday schedule looks as

        Mon Oct 11  08:15-10:00  Lecture  COS1, CS1, SEM1  C3
        Mon Oct 11  10:15-12:00  Lesson   COS1, CS1, SEM1  S14, S2, S3, S6
        


28/9  Schedule change
 

Due to a funeral the lesson 08-10 is canceled on Friday October 1. Students are advised to attend one of the (same) lessons 10-12 instead.


28/9  Quick lessons
 

We have many good students this year. If you want "quick" lesson you should go to the lesson with lower room number. "quick" does not mean it will finish early, but that we will try to spend less time on topics you already master. Go to lessons with higher room number to get more detailed, thorough explanations.


23/8  STONE (Simple Tool for ONline Education)
 

During the first two weeks your task is to learn how to handle our computer system running Solaris 5.10. The most important things for you to learn is how to:

  • type fast on swedish keyboard layout
  • use textual commands to control the computer
  • NOT rely on graphichal point and click programs
  • start a "command shell" also known as a "terminal"
  • use the shell to navigate and control your files
  • use the shell to start and stop programs
  • use emacs, a powerful tool to edit text files and more...
  • use the "man" command to find documentation/manuals

As you can understand this all requires A LOT of actual practice.

STONE contain introduction material to those tasks and small quizzes to test yourself (and get credit). The information in STONE is available through the "STONE Reference" link in the menu. To do quizzes you need to login with a password. Students registered on time get login information automatically. For late students login information will be generated when it suits us. (Expect a delay of 10 working days.)


23/8  Course start 2010
 

The first lecture take place Tuesday 31/8 13:15 in C4 with course information, introduction to programming and information regarding introduction to our computer environment. It is very important to be both registered to the course and have your computer username and password ready. Else you can not use our computers.


23/8  Course homepage 2010
 

Pay attention to the year when you visit the course homepage. The pages of previous years are kept for your reference. It allows you (and me) to view the pages and information valid for your year later on. The only drawback is that you may slip away to a previous year, or end up there after a search, without noticing. Pay attention!



Page responsible: Klas Arvidsson
Last updated: 2010-09-28