Computer Science 1044
Introduction to C Programming
Remember: Hard drives are mechanical devices. Hard drives fail. Plan for it. It is inevitable!
Waiting to last hours to submit an assignment to the Curator on-line auto-grading system is dangerous. Email attachments are NOT a substitute for on-line submissions. All submissions in CS1044 must be made to the Curator automated-grading system. Attachments are not to be sent to the instructor or TAS unless they are specifically requested. Unrequested attachments will be deleted, regardless of the reason!
Besides the CS Dept Computing lab (McB 116/118), there are other labs around campus of which cs1044 students can use in the event of hardware/software or network problems. If one looks at the Computing Center Lab's Web information pages, clicking on the Lab Software and Location Matrix gives a PDF file which indicates that the Ambler-Johnston, Hillcrest, Library Media Center, and Saunders labs have the MS Visual C++ software. In addition, it shows that the first two labs, (Ambler-Johnston and Hillcrest), also have the MS NT operating system.