When: Wednesday 21/06/2017 13:45 to 17:00
Where: Seating Allocations
COMP1927 Pre Exam Consultations
All tutorial solutions are also now available.
Sample Final Exam from 13s1 (used in week-13 lab) is now available, along with solutions. The link to 14s2 final exam along with solutions released earlier is also listed below.
I have just added submission instructions for Ass2 (click on "Make Submission" tab). The submission system will try to compile each required file, and report the outcome (ok or error). Please see the output, and correct any error. If you do not submit a file(s) for a task(s), it will report it as an error(s).
is now reduced to 1 mark per day for the first three days, and 2 marks per day after that off the ceilling (max you can get).
We managed to book Columbo B lecture theatre on Tuesday Week-13 from 9:30am. If you want to discuss any course related material, please come to this consultation. If there are no queries, I will leave at around say 10:15am. By the way, I will not be discussing any new material, so you do not have to attend.
COMP1927 Final Exam will be on Wednesday 21/06/2017, from 13:45 to 17:00. Seating allocations will be published a week before.
Some students missed Quiz-2 notification earlier, so I have now opened it again. In case you have not submitted Quiz-2, you can do it by Friday of Week-13. By the way, Quiz-3 is due Sunday, 04 June 2017 at 5:00PM.
The following resources will be available in the Final Practical Exam:
Assignment-2 is now available. I will briefly introduce the assignment in today's (Monday) lecture. In tomorrow's (Tuesday) lecture, we will discuss possible different approaches / strategies you could use for your solutions. So please read the specs and the material on the related web links (available in the specs) before tomorrow's lecture.
Available on Wednesday and Friday
Check the times on the "Help Sessions" page for details.
As I have already mentioned in the class and my earlier replies and , if a call to next, prev, findNext or findPrevious is not successful, cursor is not moved from the current position. I have now included this in the specs, for v4, see text with lightgreen background. Make sure to "reload" the page.
I have added some clarifications to the specs, see v3, make sure to "reload" the assignment page. All of them have been mentioned earlier in my replies or discussed in the class. In summary, both the operations "set" and "delete" must be immediately preceded by a successful call to next, previous, findNext or findPrevious. If this condition is not true , it's an invalid call to "set" or "delete", and therefore your function (i.e. set or delete) must return 0 (do not return null!), as per the specs. Hope it's clear now!
Quiz-1 is now available. It's due on Tuesday, 18 April 2017 at 11:00PM.
In Assignment-1 specs, I have revised descriptions/requirements of " delete " and " set " operations to reduce possible ambiguity. I have also added submission instructions. Please see the change log at the top of the page.
Please make sure to " reload " the page to get the latest version modified today (30/April) afternoon.
Deadline to submit Week05/06 lab is 11:59pm on Sunday 09 April (earlier by mistake it was 17 April).
Examples from today's lecture are available online: Function Pointer and Generic Examples
COMP1927 Assignment - 1 is now available. See " Assignments " in the left panel on the class web page.
Please read the assignment specifications before the next lecture, and ask me any questions you may have in the next lecture. In the next lecture, we will also discuss how to implement generic Set ADT, you may find it useful for Part-2 of the assignment. Meanwhile, you can start working on Part-1.
You may attend " Help Sessions " if you need help regarding your labs/assignments or for additional help outside the scope of your lab e.g. setting up your laptop for home computing. These are not compulsory.
Some tutorial rooms were changed a couple of weeks before start of session. Don't look at printed timetable. They will show outdated information. Check at myUNSW before your class for up to date tutorial room and lab room locations.
See you in the the first lecture at 1pm ( and not at 12noon ) today (Monday 27th February 2017) , in Colombo Theatre C (K-B16-LG05).
Welcome to COMP1927!
The first meeting (lecture) is at 1pm ( and not at 12noon ) for one hour on Monday 27th February 2017 , 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-1, see " Timetable " in the left panel.
See you at 1pm on Monday ( 27/February) in Colombo Theatre C.
COMP1927 Lecture notes, Tutorials and Labs will be available online after Monday of Week-1, in the left panel of the class web page. Currently they are not available , and you may see "Can't access this page." message. I will update this message once they are available online.