CSC108S --- Spring 2002
Welcome to CSC108S This
is the home page for the St. George campus Winter/Spring edition
of CSC108: an introduction to computer programming using Java.
You'll need to refer to this page regularly to find current
information on assignments, tests, and fuller explanation of
programming in Java.
The course information sheet
explains how the St. George sections of this course are run.
My office hours are 4--5 pm every weekday, plus 5--5:45 pm on
Wednesdays, and 7:30--8:30 am on Fridays, to accommodate
students who work during the day. LAST TWO WEEKS:
Office hours for Thursday April 4 and Thursday April
Since this course is coordinated between St. George campus and
course overview has lots of shared information about
assignments, how to work with our computer lab, how to use
CodeWarrior and Java.
You are encouraged to tinker with some of the examples discussed in class.
There is a student
page for ProgramLive, where you might find advice about using
PL, as well as reports of errors. As well, if you have technical
problems with the ProgramLive CD, check out ProgramLive
support to get some answers.
- Old announcements: have been moved to a
- Assignments: are located
here. Information is here on how to submit
assignments electronically, plus rules
on submitting assignments.
- TA office hours: are listed here.
- Upcoming tutorials: are listed
on the GTA-wide web page.
- Style guide: Your mark for assignments 6
and 7 will have a style component. Here is a style
guide outlining the programming style we recommend for
CSC108 and CSC148.
- Week 14: This extra-long week stretches from
the end of class until the final exam.
- The marks list now includes
all assignments, midterm, and tutorial marks. Please verify your
marks, since I submit final marks shortly after the exam.
- Week 13, April 8--April 12:
- Exam summary: Here is a summary of the contents of your
- Re-marking: You have a couple of
options if you feel you deserve a re-mark. Check your
output against the output the automarker expected. If
your output doesn't match for some trivial reason
(plus/minus some space, for example), you should fill out
an esubmission request form (this entails a 20% penalty).
If you believe the marking of your assignment was in
error, you should fill out a request for a re-mark.
- Week 12, April 1--5:
- Week 10, March 18--22:
- Week 9: March 11--March 15:
- Review checklist for Midterm 2: Here
are notes on preparation for the
second midterm, to be held in class on Wednesday, March 20.
- Week 8: March 4--March 8:
- Midterm #2: will be Wednesday, March
20th, and it covers up to Week 9 material (arrays).
- Midterm #1 marks: are
posted here. Please verify that your
mark is correct.
- Week 7: February 25--March 1:
Last modified: Wed May 8 14:40:26 EDT 2002