CIT145-BC61 Programming in C

Instructor:

Kenneth Moore

Associate Professor

 

Webpage:

 

http://web.acd.ccac.edu/~kmoore/

Office:

N457 Boyce Campus

 

 

Email:

kmoore@ccac.edu

Textbook:

C How to Program

Deitel

4th Edition

Prentice Hall

ISBN: 0-13-142644-3

 

 

 

Requirements:

Readings

In-Class Programs

Assignments

Exams

Grading:

Programs: 20%

Quizzes: Bonus

Exams: 80%

 

Programs:

All programs are expected to be completed on time. You will have several programs to write to reinforce the concepts of programming within the C environment. Programming is a skill that is learned by doing. You may collaborate with your classmates in coming up with a solution but the ultimate solution should be your own work. Note that the assigned programs are in addition to reading and studying and are the minimum programming you should do. Do others for practice.

 

Grading:

Grading is based on total points. The final scale will be based on the high score in the class. Weights will be applied as outlined above.

 

Quizzes:

Quizzes will be given once a week or so. The quizzes are to reinforce the material that was covered.

 

Exams:

Exams will cover everything within a stated period of time. Exams are not cumulative.

Schedule

Date

Topics of Discussion

Assignments

Week 1

Jan 24

Introduction to Course

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Install a compiler.

Become familar with BlackBoard

2.18,2.19

Week 2

Jan 31

Chapter 3, 4

3.46, 4.15

Week 3

Feb 7

Chapter 5

5.31

Week 4

Feb14

Chapter 6

Sieve of Eratosthenes

 

Week 5

Feb 21

Chapter 7

Will be posted

 

Week 6

Feb 28

Chapter 8

8.11 do not do the short story

 

Week 7

Mar 7

Mid-Term Exam

 

Week 8

Mar 14

Chapter 10,12

Linked List, will be posted.

Week 9

Mar 28

Chapter 12

Finish last homework.

 

Week 10

Apr 4

Chapter 9

9.13

 

Week 11

Apr 11

Chapter 11

11.12

 

Week 12

Apr 18

Chapter 13

13.10

 

Week 13

Apr 25

Chapter 14

14.2

Week 14

may 2-8

Final Exam