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1. Computer Science 211b Software Tools and Systems Programming

2. Software Tools & Systems Programming Section 001: Michael Katchabaw, Lecturer, Dept. of Computer Science, UWO Contacts: MC 28H (basement rotunda) Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 3:00 - 4:00. [email protected] x. 86908 TA hours to be arranged

3. How to Keep Informed http://www.csd.uwo.ca/courses/CS211b Assignments Lecture notes Marks Class information Supplemental information Your e-mail account at GAUL Important notices Assignment receipts Forward your e-mail if you don’t check it regularly

4. Texts and References M. G. Sobell, UNIX System V: A Practical Guide. An introduction to Unix A manual to use Unix K. N. King, C Programming: A Modern Approach. About C Programming, a little about C++. Both books are required Both are available in the UWO book store, the used book store, and in the Taylor library on 2 hour reserve

5. Two Keywords for the Course Unix an operating system (OS) e.g. Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, Irix, Unicos, Dynix, Free/Open/Net BSD, Linux, … commonalities with DOS, Windows, MacOS, ... has many unique features widely used in universities and corporations C a programming language relationship to C++ and Java

6. Unix vs. Windows Similar things files vs. files processes vs. processes (running programs) shells vs. command prompt windows utilities vs. software applications Differences multiple users more stable more features of shells programming pipes and redirection regular expressions

7. C vs. Java Java A programming language Object oriented Garbage collector No pointers Better programming style C A programming language Function oriented Manage your own memory Pointers More efficient code

8. Student Evaluation Assignments: 35% 1%, 7%, 7%, 10%, 10% (tentative) Midterm: 25%, Final exam: 40%

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