Seats for the final exam are posted for both sections. The final exam is held in the same classroom as lecture. Great work studying and thanks again for all the hard work you've put into the course this semester!
Do you have a pink slip for 3 exams in 24 hours?
Please fill out the following form which contains more information about makeup exam times:
Are you interested in becoming an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant for COMP110 in the Spring of 2019? Please apply here by Friday, December 6th!
We're looking forward to seeing you tonight for HACK110 in Sitterson Hall!
Here's the WS 5 key! Please make sure to look over it and stop by office hours if you have any questions before the quiz.Ws5 Key
Come to the review session for your last quiz of the semester (woot!) in Peabody 104 at 5pm on Wednesday, Nov. 20th. We'll cover what you need to know and answer your questions, as always. See you there!
Attached is the WS4 Key. Be sure to review it before the quiz tomorrow!Ws4 Key Env
Come review recursion! We'll go over the topics that you will be quizzed on and answer any questions you may have. We'll be in Peabody 104 at **6pm** (later than usual this week) on Wednesday, Nov. 6th! See you there!
Come to FB009 on Monday, 11/4 at 6pm for a session about What To Expect When You're Expecting to take 401! TAs who have all taken the class will go over differences between COMP 110 and COMP 401, as well as answer any and all questions you might have! Bring your questions, bring a friend, and find out what the next step in CS at UNC looks like!
Join a panel of peers who are further into the major and recent computer science alumni tonight in Sitterson 014 for a discussion on their experiences in computer science.
Where: Sitterson 014
Free Food: Yes!
For more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/932254600477147/
Thursday 10/31 - Warm-up Quiz on Lecture 15 Content
Worksheet 4 - Recursion - Due Sun 11/3 - Suggested Plan of Action:
Problem Set 5 - Linked List Utils - Due Weds 11/6 - Suggested Plan of Action:
WS 3 key is attached below!Ws3 Key Env
This week's review session will take place on Wednesday, October 23rd from 5-6pm in SN014 (Sitterson Hall, room 014). We'll be going over the material that will be covered on your quiz Thursday! See you there.
This week's worksheet inadvertently had a question about 2D arrays that was question #5 of #6. It has been removed and if you've already printed your worksheet you can ignore this question. The new worksheet has only 5 questions and the 2D array question was removed.
Grades for WS2 should now be up on Gradescope and you can find the key attached below! Good luck on the quiz tomorrow!Ws2 Full Key
New seat assignments are posted for Quiz 3 - please know yours before coming to the quiz tomorrow!
The review session for Quiz 3 is today, 10/7, at 5pm in Peabody 104.
5pm, FB009. We will be going over Quiz 2. Bring your questions!
Grades for WS1 should now be up on Gradescope and you can find the key attached below! Please be sure to work through this as you review for tomorrow's quiz.
Room change for the next two review sessions! On Monday 9/23 and Monday 10/7, a pre-quiz review session will be held at 5pm at Peabody 104. This room is much larger than where we had review session 1, so there should be room for everyone to have a seat.
Monday at 5pm in FB009, we will be holding a review session for Quiz 01. If you have questions about any particular quiz problem or just want to see some explanations of solutions, this session is for you!
Please refer to the calendar page for the videos to watch in preparation for Thursday's class entering a new unit on Arrays! As always, one page of handwritten notes can be used in the warm-up questions.
Congrats on submitting your first worksheet and getting through the first few weeks of class! Attached is the key for Worksheet 0 -- use it to guide you as you review your work and prepare for this week's quiz, and as always, feel free to come to office hours if you have questions!110 WS0 Key
Welcome back to Carolina! This Fall 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.