Computer Programming II
Section 1: MW 2-3:15pm / LCTR 346
Section 2: TR 9:25-10:40am / LONG 219
This course further develops object-oriented programming introduced in CSCI 220. Topics include file input/output, the Java string class, inheritance and polymorphism, exceptions, and algorithm analysis. Data structures include lists, stacks and queues. Algorithms include searching and sorting.
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- Test 1: Sep. 26, 2005 (sec 2 +1 day)
- Test 2: Nov. 30, 2005 (sec 2 +1 day)
- Section 1: noon - 3:00pm, Dec 14, 2005
- Section 2: 8:00 - 11:00am, Dec 10, 2005
- Dale's lecture transparencies (in HTML):
- Chapman's lecture transparencies (in HTML):
- Denning, P.J. "Is Computer Science Science?", Communications of the ACM, April 2005 (preprint draft).
- Lewyn, M. "Flying in Place: The FAA's Air Control Fiasco", Business Week, April 26, 1993. And a follow up.
- Gleick, J. "A Bug and a Crash", (appeared as "Little Bug, Big Bang" in The New York Times Magazine), December 1, 1996.
- Johnson, K. "Denver Airport Saw the Future. It Didn't Work", New York Times, August 27, 2005.