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Current Date: 10-20-2017
(Subject to change by the class instructor.)
|1||Jan. 5th||Introduction to Linux, editing, and compiling C++.|
|2||Jan. 12th||2-D Arrays with Functions|
|3||Jan. 19th||C++ Structures|
|5||Feb. 2nd||Introduction to Abstract Data Types|
|6||Feb. 9th||Searching and Sorting|
|—||Feb. 16th||****No Labs This Week!****|
|7||Feb. 23rd||GDB and the String Class|
|8||Mar. 2nd||C++ Overloading|
|10||Mar. 16th||Introduction to C++ Pointers|
|11||Mar. 23rd||Simple Linked Lists|
|12||Mar. 30th||Lab Test|
You should read the materials
before you come to the corresponding labs.
We will highlight the major points at the beginning of each lab and move on from there. There are lab exercises for each week to help you master the topic presented in that week.
Notice that there is a lab test at the end of the semester to evaluate how much you have learned.
The lab booked for CS115 is CL122 which runs the Linux operating system on the PC's in that room. C++ is the programming language used for the CS115 course. C++ can be run under Linux or under your Unix Hercules account either in our labs or from your home computer if you have Internet Service.
Here are some links you may find useful in your work:
|Gradershow||Link to CS Department listing of marks.|
|UR Configured Software Suite||Computing Services link for software.
Home of "Teraterm Terminal Emulation Program".
Home of WinSCP Program (replaced FTP).
|CS Dept PC Software||Home of "PuTTY Terminal Emulation Program."|
|Change CS Password||Web site to change your Hercules password.|
|Computing Services Web Services Student Information Page.||University site for Hyperion userIDs and passwords, and enabling printing in labs.|
|CL122||CL 122 Laboratory Schedule|
|CL119||Office Hours Schedule.|
|Cprogramming.com||A resource center for C++ Programming.|
|cplusplus.com||"Complete C++ language tutorial"|