Optional Textbook: Professional C++ by Marc Gregoire - how to use it
The Course Notes ( MS Word Document
File ) - how to use it / expect updates throughout the quarter
- Email source code. Check your code
before sending it. Once
received, it will be graded. You do not get a chance to
errors after submitting it.
- In the email, use CIS29 /
Ass# as the email
- Add the source code as an attachment. Name
(where # is the assignment number). You may
be asked to submit multiple files - send them as a zipped attachment.
- Add comments to your source code including your name,
the assignment #, and the compiler and
operating system used.
- The code will be
compiled and run on either
Code::Blocks or NetBeans running on Windows or Linux. If the code does not compile
and run there, you will not
get full credit for the assignment.
- Do not ask the instructor to
"check" your code. You should know if you
fulfilled the requirements of the assignment.
- Assignments are due
by 9:30 am on
the due date specified. Assignments will be accepted late with a 5
point penalty if they are received within 24 hours of the due date
(time). After that time, they will not be accepted.
- You will be penalized 1 point on the assignment if
you do not have a comment with your name, assignment
The Group Project
- Open book / books
- No compilers, phones, email, texting, smart watches, etc.
- No makeups without prior approval
Computer Lab Hours
9 am – 8 pm
9 am – 4 pm
and drinking are not allowed in the main lab
and the classrooms.
bottled water or soda cans should not be visible on the desks and
should be kept in bags or backpacks. Any beverage containers
liquid, include disposable coffee and soft drink cups must be finished
before students enter the Computer Lab and ATC classrooms.
are not permitted to change or modify the monitor setting in ATC203
Computer Main Lab from horizontal to vertical mode.
Classes, Constructors, and Desctructors