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

Spring 2014 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.
Click on the links, above, for other class pages.

Grades Available

Tuesday April 8 10:05PM

~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 April 8 10:02PM


Final Exam Silly Question

What number has the letters of its name in alphabetical order?

The number is forty. I would also accept e, i, or π. Contrary to many answers, eight is not in alphabetical order.

HW4 Solution Available

Wednesday April 2 12:47PM

My solution to HW4 is here.

HW4 Clarification

Sunday March 30 12:52PM

Some clarification on HW4:

No Extra Credit

Saturday March 29 7:22PM

There will be no extra credit.

HW4 Available

Friday March 28 9:37AM

HW4 is now available.

HW3 Solution Available

Friday March 28 9:36AM

My solution to HW3 is here.

HW3 Delayed

Saturday March 15 4:09PM

Because I neglected to introduce it Friday, HW3 is delayed by a day. Full credit for Wednesday noon, late period until Thursday noon.

No Office Hours

Friday March 14 9:39AM

I will have no office hours over Spring Break.

HW2 Solution Available

Wednesday March 12 12:18PM

My solution to HW2 is here.

HW3 Available

Tuesday March 11 10:35PM

HW3 is now available.

HW1 Solution Available

Thursday March 6 10:54AM

My read-only solution to HW1 is here. It’s for viewing, only–you can’t print it or save it.

HW2 Available

Thursday March 6 10:51AM

HW2 is now available.

HW1 Available

Sunday February 23 3:33PM

HW1 is now available.

Office Hours

Friday February 21 2:04PM

For Monday, February 24th only, my office hours will be in my office, CSB 246. We’ll be grading CS155 final exams.

Homework worth more; quizzes worth less

Unlike CS155, homework is worth more than quizzes in CS156.

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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