CSC100AA::Assignments::Spring 02019
Introduction to Computer Science (C++)

Assignments are listed in oldest-to-newest "Due Date" order.
  Hashtag   AssignedDue DatePointsDescription {How To Submit Assignments}
#assessment0 01/14 01/16 2 Setup email communication with the instructor. All assignments for this course are submitted via email.
[2 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#assessment1 01/14 02/02 2 An assessment about the material covered during the first two weeks of class.
[4 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#reading0 01/14 02/09 0 Begin reading the C++ Language Tutorial at Cplusplus.com.
[4 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#assessment2 01/14 02/09 2 An assessment about the material covered during the first three weeks of class.
[6 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#helloworld 01/14 02/09 3 This is the first programming assignment.
[9 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#InClassAssessment1 02/13 02/13 10 An in-class assessment will be taken. Only written notes can be used. "Computer" and Internet usage are prohibited.
#arithmetic 01/21 02/16 3 This interactive program requires the use of all five of the C++ arithmetic operators.
[12 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#yyyymmdd 01/21 02/23 3 Write an interactive C++ program that converts a YYYYMMDD date into its YYYY, MM, DD pieces.
[15 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#tempconverter 01/21 02/23 3 Write an interactive C++ program the converts a Fahrenheit temperature into Kelvin and Celsius.
[18 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#BrianKernighan 01/28 03/02 2 Read advice that Brian Kernighan gave to Stanford University students.
[20 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#VintonCerf 01/28 03/02 2 Read an interview that AARP conducted with Vinton Cerf.
[22 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#sort2numbers 02/04 03/02 3 This application gets two numbers from the user and prints them in a sorted order.
[25 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#sort3numbers 02/04 03/09 4 This application gets three numbers from the user and prints them in a sorted order.
[29 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#loops 02/11 03/23 4 This application prints integer sequences using all three of the repetition control statements.
[33 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]
#squares 02/18 03/30 6 Write an interactive C++ program that prints squares.
[39 points: programming/take-home assessments (55 total)]


Point Allocations
   100 total points...
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   programming/take-home assessments:  55 points
              in-class assessment #1:  10 points
              in-class assessment #2:  10 points
           in-class final assessment:  25 points