last updated: Fri May 10 17:53:27 EDT 2002
BUT DON'T PANIC!!!
ONLY HOMEWORK GRADES are currently in courseworks.
The cumulative total is currently TURNED OFF SO IGNORE THE N/A CUMULATIVE GRADE.
Please complete an on-line course evaluation at: http://www.esurveys.columbia.edu/wces/
The results of the Blackjack tournament (assignment #3) are posted here:
The scales for both midterms are posted here:
Our Final Exam is scheduled for:
May 14 (Tues) 9 am - 12 noon for the AM class
May 16 (Thurs) 1:10 - 4 pm for the PM class
Email Prof Sklar if you have a conflict!!!
Check how many grace hours you have already used for homeworks. Do:
$ ~cs1007/bin/gracehrs [cunix id]
$ ~cs1007/bin/gracehrs mtc38
Grace hours apply to electronic copies only. E-mail Min (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have problems with the script or with the number of grace hours.
The ACM home page is http://acm.cs.columbia.edu. Check them out for CS department activies and special help sessions.
Another textbook that people might find helpful is: "Java for Students" by Douglas Bell and Mike Parr (3rd edition), Prentice Hall (2002).
This book has lots of sample programming questions with solutions.