You can install the LCC documentation by following a similar procedure, starting by double-clicking on the lccdoc icon (on your desktop, or wherever you placed it when downloading).
Then a window will open called Definition of a new project. The first field, Name of the project will already say ass1. The second field, Path - Working directory will be blank. Type c:\mc140\ass1 in that field. You can leave the third field blank (it will get filled in automatically). Now click on Create.
Then a window will open called Information. It asks "Do you want to use the wizard to generate the application skeleton?" Click on No.
Then a window will open called Add source files to the project. There is a field near the bottom of the window that says File name. In here, type the name of your source code file: <your-user-name>-ass1.c. For example, I'll type sklarel-ass1.c. Then click on Open.
Then a window will open called Source files for project (null). The file name you just entered should appear in that window (it is probably listed in capitol letters). Click on Validate.
Then a window will open called Compiler settings. Just click on Next.
Then a window will open called Linker settings. Again, just click on Next.
Then a window will open called Debugger settings. Click on Finish.
Finally, an edit window will open with the name of your source code file as the title of that window (e.g., sklarel-ass1.c). Type in your code here.
If you are in the OCF (a.k.a. SLSC in O'Neill),
open the Professor's folders, as follows:
If you are not in the OCF but you are on the BC Windows-NT network, you can access my professor's folder by doing the following:
Now, double click the folder with my user name (sklarel). Then COPY and PASTE your file (<your-user-name>-ass1.c) into my MC140.01 folder.