SFWR ENG 2S03 - Fall 2006
Office hour: Wednesday, 12:30-13:20
Q: I'm just wondering if your site has anything on what chapters that's on the exam for the textbook. If not, could you help me what chapters that's on it. A: Essentially start from the lecture slides: We covered most of chapters 1-7, 10, and 12, with a quick glance at chapter 8 (basic knowledge of printf and scanf, discussed in chapter 9, and preprocessor directives, discussed in chapter 13.1-3, is assumed) and 14.4, 14.5. Q: Coverage of the final? A: Of course includes material covered after the last midterm. Coverage is comprehensive, with emphasis on pointer-linked data structures like lists and trees.
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Lab office hour: Wednesday, 12:30-14:20, ITB-235
The course outline is available as PostScript and as PDF .
Slides are formatted 4-up on Letter paper - printing on A4 paper will cut off a part.
Slides that contains copies of textbook programs are not included.
All code files are generated from the slide source as byproduct of slide formatting - code formatting is therefore not optimised for direct viewing.
treeMemberadded December 1) , - queue.h, queue.c, Tree.h, Tree.c, stack.h
|8:30-9:20||Lecture: MGDA-AB102||Lecture: MGDA-AB102|
|11:30-12:20||Group 4 in BSB-B142|
|12:30-13:20||Group 1 in BSB-135
Group 2 in BSB-B142
|TA lab hour ITB-235|
|13:30-14:20||Group 5 in BSB-B142||TA lab hour ITB-235|
|14:30-15:20||Group 3 in JHE-A101
Group 6 in BSB-135
|15:30-16:20||(Group 3 in JHE-A101)|
Tutorials begin in the week of September 18.
Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel: C How to Program, 4th Edition Prentice Hall, 2003, ISBN: 0-13-142644-3
(This book should be in stock in the textbook section of Titles.)
The book's companion website provides, among other resources, interactive quizzes. (There is also a companion website for the third edition.)
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