COMNP1927 Supplementary Practical Exam Time and Location
The supplementary exam will have the
as the final exam. It will include three programming questions and say 4 or 5 short answer questions.
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Sample Final Exam from 13s1 (used in week-13 lab) is now available, along with solutions. The link to 14s2 final exam released earlier is also listed below.
Before you submit your Assignment-2 (ass2), please check your "sturec" on Webcms3 and make sure that your group name is listed against the field "ass2grp", see this example .
In case you have not created your group, please do so asap, and send me an email. I will try to upload it every few hours today. Before submitting, follow the above instructions.
As we discussed earlier in the lecture, in this assignment I wanted you to learn how to develop software for a given specification, importantly, without any supporting files to startup your assignment work and test your answers. As a software developer, you need to be independent in this regard and be able to develop software for given a problem statement/specification. This is what you will face in real world, no one will offer you initial framework and nicely designed test cases. In order to help you learn this we have already spent reasonable amount of time in the lectures and I am offering many consultation hours (will also offer some next week). However, in the last few days I am learning that some students are “desperate” to check their answers against expected answers, and strongly requesting tutors to release few test cases. I wonder if you could similarly ask your essay to be partially evaluated before submitting ;-) Well, I have now decided to release a few test cases for Part-1A and Part-3. Happy coding! I hope you learn from this experience and become independent and proactive in your approach, if you have any problems, see me in consultation hours. Please see change log in the specs .
URGENT: Please create your Assignment-2 group by 9am Thursday (02 June). Read instructions in the earlier notice below on how to create a group and name your group as per the requirements. We need to transfer your group information to the "give" system before you can properly submit your assignment-2. So please create your group asap, thanks. All you need to do is choose a name (see notice below on how to choose a name) and put your ids in that group. You do not need to submit any thing at this point. Submission will be open after we transfer your group info to "give" system after 9am tomorrow - Thanks a lot.
Quiz1 to Quiz3 marks are now available.
Please create your Assignment-2 group under the group " ass2grp ".
IMPORTANT: Your group name MUST
If your group name does not satisfy the above criteria, we will not be able mark your Assignment-2!
If you have any questions or need help for Assignment-2, please come to one of the following consultations:
If required, I can extend the above times to answer your questions.
for Assignment-2 is now
reduced to 0.25
mark per day of the ceiling.
Quiz 4 is now available, it's due at 11pm 05 June.
Sample Final Exam (final exam from 14s2) is now available, solutions for this exam will be available online after week-13:
The following resources will be available in the Final Practical Exam:
Assignment-2 :Part-3 is now available and also there are other changes/notes, please visit the specs page and read changes/notes . In today's lecture, I will discuss how to implement Part-3, and answer any questions you may have regarding the assignment.
Sample Solutions for Some Lab Exercises are now available. Solutions for week-11 and 12 will be released on later dates (after the corresponding due dates).
Quiz 3 is now available , it's due at 5pm Saturday, 28 May.
Please read today's three change log entries for Ass2.
Today's lecture notes on "How to Implement Ass2-Part-1" are now available. Please see "Change log / Notes" on the Ass2 specification page. In case you did not attend the lecture, and have difficulty getting started or need any guidance, please come to the next lecture. I stay after the lecture to answer any questions you may have. I will also post additional consultations for the next two weeks.
Online Quiz 2 is now available, it's due on 11pm, Friday 20 May.
Assignment -2: Simple Search Engines is now available.
Week 09 Tut and Lab are now available.
Week 08 Tut and Lab are now available.
is now available and
must be completed by 11pm on 27 April 2016
. While it's only worth around 1 mark, it's useful for you to check your understanding of some things that were covered in lectures
Sample files for Assignment-1 Part-2 are now available, see Ass1 specs .
Hint: If you find it difficult to get started with Generic ADT, please revisit the SetG example we discussed in the lecture, and also available at: https://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs1927/16s1/lecs/week03/SetG/
Also read the comments in the file "testListIteratorG.c".
Tomorrow's consultation is moved to Friday 1st April. No other consultations during the break.
I have added clarifications to remove and reset functions (23 March).
I have revised Assignment-1 description and also added sample files for part-1. One function "reset" (useful for testing) is added and return types of four functions are changed from int to pointer to int (functions: next, previous, findNext, findPrevious). The function "add" is described in more detail, please read it carefully. I will discuss these changes at the start of the next Tuesday lecture. Happy coding!!
Please read the revised Week04 Tutorial , it now includes exercises on "Function Pointers".
Assignment-1 (draft v1) is now available. We will discuss Assignment-1 specs and related topics today in the lecture. This is an initial draft, I will add more information over next few days, however, the draft provides enough information for you to start working on this assignment! A notice on the class web page will be posted after each revision, so please check class notice board frequently.
Check the Timetable page for times.
The Timetable page has consultation times and locations. Check this page regularly because we may add more times later. The consultations that are held in the labs are run like a lab class except that you can't get your labs marked.
It is not compulsory to attend the consultation. But they are useful if you have questions or struggling with the course content. Or you could make use of them to prepare your labs each week.
All week-1 exercises are now available. See "Week 1 Exercises" under "Lectures".
Week-2 Tutorial and Lab are now available, see under "Tutorial and Labs" in the left panel on the class web page.
Lecture recording can be accessed via moodle, please login to Moodle ( http://moodle.telt.unsw.edu.<wbr>au/ ) and go to COMP1927 where you will find ‘Echo360 ’ in the left corner.
Welcome to COMP1927!
The first meeting (lecture) is at 4pm to 6pm (2 hours) on Tuesday 1st March 2016, in Colombo Theatre C (K-B16-LG05). The course outline is now available, please see the link " Course Outline " in the left panel. Please read it all, and ask questions in the first lecture on anything that's not clear. The course material will be available on this website, so you may want to bookmark this page.
Labs start in Week-2 , so there are no labs in Week-1.
See you on Tuesday!