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CS156: Intro to C, Part I Long name of class

Fall 2015 Semester

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This is the home page for CS156, Introduction to C Programming I, part of the CSU Computer Science CS155/CS156/CS157 series.
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Grades Available

Tuesday November 3 9:57am

~cs156/bin/grade will now show your final exam score (FINAL), your curved final exam score (FINAL-curved), your total score (TOTAL), and your letter grade (LETTER). The letter grade that you see is the one that you will get.

Read this if you have questions about your grade.

Raw Final Exam Scores

Tuesday November 3 9:57am


Final Exam Silly Question

Friday October 30 2:34pm

The Earth is closest to the sun at Perihelion, which occurs in January. This has nothing to do with the seasons, which are caused by Axial Tilt.

HW4 Solution

Wednesday October 28 1:54pm

My solution to HW4 is here.

No Extra Credit

Saturday October 24 3:30pm

There will be no extra credit.

HW3 Solution

Wednesday October 21 12:09pm

My solution to HW3 is here.

HW4 Available

Wednesday October 21 11:39am

HW4 is now available.

HW3 Available

Wednesday October 14 10:10pm

HW3 is now available.

HW2 Solution

Wednesday October 14 12:02pm

My read-only solution to HW2 is here.

HW1 Solution

Wednesday October 7 2:29pm

My read-only solution to HW1 is here.

HW2 Available

Tuesday October 6 5:25pm

HW2 is now available.

HW1 Available

Wednesday September 30 9:27am

HW1 is now available.

No Help Session the First Week

Thursday September 24 8:28pm

The is no help session 12:30–1:50pm Tuesday, September 29th. I’ll be in my office (CSB 246) during that time.

Class Location

Wednesday July 29 11:27am

The class location is Clark A 103.

Homework & Quizzes Worth the Same

Sunday February 22 1:32pm

Unlike previous semesters, CS156 homework and quizzes are worth the same as they were in CS155.

Syntax Highlighting

gedit, emacs and vi all provide mechanisms for highlighting C syntax, such that it is easy to differentiate between keywords, comments, variables, etc. In emacs, select “Options” and click on “Syntax Highlighting (Global Font Lock Mode)”. In vi, enter, “:syntax on”. Also consider using gvim instead of vi or vim.

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