All CPS209 announcements posted in
are recorded here in reverse chronological order once they are removed from the
CPS209 home page.
Mar. 04: A1 marks: These are posted along with the lab marks below,
but I suspect there are some problems caused by submissions being in
different directories and late submissions not yet looked at. Anyway, you
can email Amit a33patel and copy to
eharley your queries and corrections.
Mar. 03: Lab for Chap. 15 since you are busy studying for another
midterm which is on Friday, you can submit lab15 any time Friday (i.e.,
you have an extra day to do it).
Feb. 19: Monday lab: During Monday's lab on Feb. 28, each group
will spend about 10 minutes demonstrating their assignment. The rest of
the time you can work on the lab for that day (Chap. 15), and you can
submit it up to the Thursday of that week. The extra question for that
week is writing the program for Quiz 10 (see the quizzes link below).
Feb. 19: a1 questions: during reading week please direct questions
about A1 to the TA Amit: email@example.com, since E. Harley will be
away. A couple of frequently asked questions are
Feb. 18: a1 marking scheme: posted below.
Feb. 18: Lab marks: lab marks are posted below. Please let E. Harley
know if you spot an error.
Mar. 02: Midterm 2: Correction regarding coverage:
Section 15.5 is on the test too, i.e., you must know how to use
command line arguments. Sorry for the error in the information.
Also, don't forget to go to ARC 108 for the test.
Feb. 19: Midterm 2: Thursday, Mar 3. see
Midterm information. for location, etc.
Jan. 31: A1 is now posted. You can do it in pairs.
Feb 8:JLT Group: Java and Linux Technology Group has its second
seminar in ENG LG24 at 2:30-4 pm, Wed. Feb. 9.
Jan. 25: Re. Midterm: Please go to your proper class room for the
test, since there will be bubble sheets for the multiple choice questions,
and the sheet with your name on it will be with your assigned instructor.
Jan. 25: A couple of new links are added below under Course Work (Quizzes
and old tests).
Jan. 20: Midterm 1: will be on Thursday Jan 27, 10:00-11:00AM,
in your classroom.
It will cover Chapter 11 (Inheritance) and
Chapter 9 (Interfaces and Polymorphism).
The test may contain
multiple-choice questions, short answer questions, and/or programming
questions. A few more details in this regard may be posted in the next
day or so.
- The following topics from the above chapters will not be on the test:
9.4 Strategy Interface, Advanced Topic 9.2 Anonymous Inner Classes,
Advanced Topic 11.2 Final Methods and Classes, 11.7.3 Clone method,
Advanced Topic 11.6 Inheriting Clone.
Jan.8: Labs will start on the week of Jan. 17.
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