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cs351 programming iii c 9 30am 10 20am tr biology 202 two credit hours http cs351 cs ua edu

CS351, Programming III: C++9:30am-10:20am TR, Biology 202 Two Credit Hours http://cs351.cs.ua.edu,

  • Xiaoyan Hong
  • SEC 3412
  • 348 4042
  • Office hours:
  • 10:30 – noon Thur
  • Monica Anderson
  • SEC 3426
  • 348 1667
  • Office hours:
  • 2 – 3pm M/W


what is in a language
What is in a language?
  • Grammar
  • Library
  • Tools
what will be taught
What will be taught?
  • Basic Data Types and Operations
  • Control Structures
  • Methods/Functions
  • Object-oriented Programming
  • Event-driven Programming
  • GUI Components
  • Multithreading
  • Networking
how it will be taught
How it will be taught?
  • Basics/Principles
  • Examples
  • In class exercises, assignments, projects
    • more exercises the first half of the semester
    • More projects the second half of the semester
  • Exams
    • Bring own laptop to class
    • Use programing tools
      • g++ compiler via bama.ua.edu
      • Microsoft Visual Studio 2012
how to succeed
How to succeed?
  • Attend every class meeting
  • Actively participate in class teaching/learning
  • Digest every example code after class
  • Complete every assignment/project
  • Learn by example
  • Learn from web
grading policy
Grading Policy
  • Mid-term (26%), and final (40%)
  • In-class exercises, assignments (10%)
  • About 4 projects (24%)
  • Class participation (5%)
  • Ira Pohl, C++ for C Programmers, Third Edition, Addison-Wesley (not required)
  • Fraser, Pro Visual C++/CLI and the .NET 3.5 Platform, Apress (not required).
  • C++ for C Programmers
    • Publisher site http://www.pearsonhighered.com/educator/product/C-For-C-Programmers-Third-Edition/9780201395198.page
    • Author site http://users.soe.ucsc.edu/~pohl/cpp3.html
  • Microsoft Visual Studio

Software Resources for CS students about the MSDN Academic Alliance program

  • .NET Framework Class Library

Additional tutor for 300 level courses

(course material)


    • Office hours w schedulable slots, URL TBA
    • Locations (SEC 3433)

course info

course policies
Course Policies
  • All the exercises, assignments, projects and the exams are to be done individually, unless indicated as team work
    • Your understanding through the exercises/assignments/ projects are essential to the success in the exams.
    • Encourage to discuss with peers
    • Copy-paste is expressly forbidden. For programming projects, it is expected that you have written EVERY LINE OF CODE
course policies1
Course Policies
  • Expect to attend all classes
  • No late turn-in of assignments is accepted for credit.
  • No make-up exams unless with excusable reasons (show necessary documentations)
  • No academic misconducts
  • Turning questions regarding to grading within one week
  • Only technical discussions regarding to homework, papers, projects, etc., are allowed on the discussion board and chat room on the course web
  • Accommodate disabilities via university resources
why not python
Why not Python?
  • Python is a prototyping langauge
  • Python is interpreted
  • Python is not the fastest running language
  • Python is not strongly typed (Errors cannot be caught by compiler are runtime errors)
why c
Why C++
  • C++ is a strongly typed language
    • Language constructs designed to catch more errors
  • C++ is designed to be more efficient
    • Code has a more specific meaning as to what it becomes in machine langauage
  • C++ supports higher level programming constructs (object oriented programming, templates, etc)
c in action
C++ in action
  • Write a simple hello.cc (hello world program
  • Compile the program
  • Run the program
  • bama.ua.edu is a UNIX based system with access to a g++ compiler; does not provide a graphical programming toolkit
  • Login into bama.ua.edu
  • Create program using vi
  • Compile program
  • Test program through execution
homework for next tuesday
Homework for next Tuesday
  • Complete the test on Blackboard (python review)
  • Look up paradigms that you missed (we will not go back and cover python or algorithm development)
  • Study the operator translation sheet
    • Assignments, comparisons and arithmetic operators are the same
    • boolean and, or and not are different
  • Be ready to start on variable declarations next Tuesday