Find the key for the environment diagrams worksheet below!WS - Environments - Key Corrected
The second worksheet for this unit is on Environment Diagrams. It is due Sunday, October 14th at 11:59pm. We will complete problem #2 together in lecture tomorrow, so please print out the worksheet and bring to class! An answer key will be released on Monday, October 15th for quiz studying purposes. The next quiz will have two pages of environment diagram questions and this worksheet is great practice for it!
The next problem set is "Who Stole the Paper?" A data-driven mystery problem set that involves you writing various functions to analyze some data on behalf of Compder Scifflin. It is due Wednesday, October 17th, at 11:59pm. That's the day Fall Break begins, so you should aim to hand-in early for extra credit.
Finally, as usual, there is a review session TONIGHT at 5pm in FB009! It will cover classes, objects, and environment diagrams.
Please watch and take a page of notes on the following two videos in preparation for Tuesday's lecture posted to the calendar page:
Interested in hearing more about ideas to make progress in your computer science career during summers? Our UTAs have prepared a tech talk to describe some of their experiences and other opportunities for staying active and building a portfolio of project experience.
Quiz Review Session
This week's quiz is Thursday due to the hurricane. Its primary focus is on arrays and array algorithms, with a secondary emphasis on functions and testing. We are holding another review session in a bigger room(!) tonight at 5pm in Sitterson 014.
Worksheet 1 Update
Question 4 of Worksheet 1 has been updated with a hint regarding how to access the length and individual characters of a string. The question itself is unchanged, so if you have already started the worksheet, you don't need to print out the new version; you can simply refer to the hint on the updated pdf.
PS2 - Array Utility Functions is now posted! You will come up with test cases and implementations for 9 functions that involve arrays. Each of these functions will take time and effort to identify a solution for and is good preparation and practice for this week's quiz. As always, you are advised to start early!
Please watch and take notes on the following three videos in advance of Tuesday's lecture:
Links to the YouTube videos, as well as copies of slides, can be found on the Calendar page.
Tonight from 5 to 6pm in Fred Brooks 009 there will be a review session for Quiz 1.
Tip for PS1: The grader performs exact string comparisons when checking your output matches our expectations. If you are missing points and aren't sure why, the best way to test is to do a side-by-side comparison of your app and our reference app: http://apps.introcs.com/hank/p... - no matter what inputs you provide each the outputs should match up exactly.
WS0 Key: Since we haven't finished grading WS0, you can find the key attached below. Making sure you understand all the answers is a great way to study for the upcoming quiz.Ws0 Key
The first worksheet and and next problem set are posted to the Calendar page and due Saturday and Monday, respectively.
The videos to prepare for Thursday's lecture and graded warm-up questions, which will also help you with the worksheet, are:
As always, you can find links to the videos and the slides on the Calendar page.
Today, September 5th, at 5pm in Fred Brooks 009 the UTAs are hosing a panel on "Things I wish I knew when I took COMP110" - we'd love to see you there!
Also, COMP110 tutoring begins tonight at 6pm in Sitterson 115. Tutoring is for conceptual help, questions, and is a great opportunity to review prior quizzes or review for upcoming quizzes.
Please actively watch, follow along with, and take notes on the following videos by Thursday's lecture. We will again have a set of warm-up questions and you are allowed to use one page of hand-written notes.
The videos are 30 minutes long in total, but budget at least one hour to ensure you have time to follow the exercises and take notes:
04 - Visual Studio Code Walkthrough (7 min)
05 - The main Function, introcs Library, and Prompting (7 min)
06 - Boolean Expressions - Relational, Equality, and Logical Operators (6 min)
07 - if-then-else Conditional Control Statements (8 min)
Refer to the calendar page for links to each video and its respective slides.
Need help getting your computer setup? Come by Sitterson 008 on Friday, 8/24 between 12pm and 6pm and meet undergraduate teaching assistants who can help you get setup for success!
Quiz 0 will be held Tuesday, 8/28 in class. It will cover:
Problem Set 0 is posted. It is due Thursday, 8/30 at 11:59pm. To complete this problem set you must get the software installed correctly on your machine. Come to the open house (above) for help!
Welcome back to Carolina! This Spring we'll go from zero-to-programmers with no prior programming experience expected. Comp 110 is open to and taken by all majors, not just those thinking about concentrating in Computer Science. Learning computer programming is a rewarding, challenging, and increasingly valuable skill. If you are a curious soul who enjoys creative problem solving: you're in the right place.
If you have significant prior programming experience, be it teaching yourself, taking AP Computer Science, or some equivalent, you may want to skip to COMP401.
If you are not currently enrolled in the course and are hoping to get in you must show up to class on the first lecture and fill out a form announced in class. We are not able to accept late adds to the course this semester.