CS151.01 2009F Functional Problem Solving

Class 02: An Introduction to CSC151

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Held: Monday, 31 August 2009

Summary: Today we begin to consider the content and structure of the course. We also prepare ourselves to use the Linux workstations.

Related Pages:

Notes:

Overview:

Drawing Smileys, Continued

Sam will attempt to follow some instructions for drawing smiley faces.

Reflections on Drawing Images

What, if anything, did you learn from the drawing exercise?

The Parts of an Algorithm

Variables: Named Values

Parameters: Named Inputs

Conditionals: Handling Different Situations

Repetition

Subroutines: Named Helper Algorithms

About This Class

Lab: Getting Started with Linux

Administrative Issues

I am not sure whether or not I will cover these topics in class. They are included for your edification.

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