TDDD38 Advanced Programming in C++
|April 14||New procedure for turning in files for examination during exam!|
On April 9, a Student Client was used to submit files for examination, and this will be the case also for future exams. The procedure is simple, and a description will be available on paper during exam. Please, read submit instructions before exam!
One observation made, is that basic knowledge of file naming conventions is poor among some students. For example what "tilde files", such as "THEORY.TXT~", are, and where they emerge from. Everyone should know, that such files are backup files created by the text editor (when saving). They are not of any real interest, unless the original file ("THEORY.TXT") have become corrupted in some way, and need to be restored. The bottom line, don't submit such "tilde files" for examination!
|Apr 9||Exam April 9: Solutions and comments, see the course examination page, or this direct link.|
The result will be registered in LADOK April 27 (12 work days), earlier if possible.
|Mar 31 :SUBJECT: Exam April 9, 14‑18 :TEXT: Registration is closed,|
|Mar 10||Registration for re-exam April 9 (14-19) is open in Studentportalen from March 10 until March 30.|
|Mar 9||Time table for study period Vt2 is now available.|
|Feb 17||New standard library exercise Insertion Techniques added, suitable after lecture 12 (see exercise page)|
|Feb 9||No news is good news|
|Jan 16||Exam January 15: Solutions and comments, see the course examination page, or this direct link.|
The result will be registered in LADOK February 2 (12 work days), earlier if possible.
|Jan 12||First lecture is given Monday January 19, 1012, in room G32|
Lecture slides are available from the lecture page (lecture headings), modifications may successively be made.
|Jan 7||Exam January 15, 2015, 8-13|
Registration is closed, deadline was January 5.
The exam will take place in SU00-SU18, at IDA. Admission order is SU15-18, SU12-14, SU10-11, SU00-SU06.
Logging in will start approximately 30 minutes before the exam starts there are many students registered, be in good time!
To arrive unregistered to a computer exam and be able to participate requires that the exam system admin is available and have possibility to add new examinees. You must also, as usual when late or not registered, wait until 30 minutes after the exam started before being allowed to enter.
Environment is "standard" Linux, a stripped MATE Desktop Environment.
Compiler is GNU GCC 4.8.2 (g++) with the following g++ aliases:
gccfilter is runned as a separate command:
emacs, vim and gedit are available.
cplusplus.com C++ Standard Library Reference will be available, launched in a Chromium web browser.
valgrind is available (--tool=memcheck can be useful). You have to be familiar with how to use valgrind.
Login instructions and practical hints will be available on paper.
Page responsible: Tommy Olsson
Last updated: 2008-11-06