For those of you interested in working from home or another off-campus computer,
please refer to the appropriate Piazza post for a suggested setup.
Linux Operating System
The Computer Science Department maintains some useful general help information for students new
to using Linux:
CSU Computer Science information is found here
A useful Linux command reference card is found here
The animation for the LC-3 is found here
An overview of LC-3 commands is found here
The reference sheet for LC-3 commands is found here
Fritz Sieker's version of the LC-3 tools for Linux and Mac are found
A tutorial on how to convert C code to LC-3 assembly by Fritz Sieker is here
implemented in C and LC3.
Stack Frame Examples
implemented in LC3 with and without PUSH/POP.
The simple state machine example shown in lecture is here
Website for ASCII conversion is found here
Website for IEEE floating-point conversion is found here
Website for two’s complement math is found here
A practice sheet on number conversion is here
An example of floating-point addition is here
One of hundreds of C programming tutorials on the web can be found
Information on the C standard library, organized by include file, can be found
Cheat sheet for C debugger can be found
Engineering methodology presented in class is
Peer instruction sessions are held during lectures, generally on Thursdays. The
format will be described in detail at the time of each session, but it generally
consists of each student answering questions individually and in a group. The premise
is that groups perform better than individuals! We organize peer session by assigning
students to groups.
Register your iClicker on Canvas. The remote ID is the number found on the back of your iClicker
remote. If you cannot read the ID on your iClicker, there is a kiosk in the bookstore where you
can retrieve it. Here is a list of iClickers that appear not to be registered. If your iClicker
is on this list, please try to register again, then send me email:
This term we will be using Piazza for class discussion. The system is highly catered to getting you help fast and
efficiently from classmates, teaching assistants, and myself. Rather than emailing questions to the teaching staff,
I encourage you to post your questions on Piazza. If you have any problems or feedback for the developers, email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Piazza will be accessed via the Module tab on Canvas.
Other useful tools...
- Questions to almost any C programming question you can think of can be found here
- Very thorough site on the subtle differences between C and Java is here
- Stack Overflow is great for finding a variety of answers to your question from people with ranges of expertise levels, found here
, or by adding "stackoverflow" to your Google search.
- w3schools is great for web-development related languages and resources, found here
- Microsoft software can be downloaded by students for a reduced price through the Dream Spark program, found here