Today we will go over the mid-term exam questions that seem to have been most challenging.
Then we will review and complete Chapter 7 on registers.
Finally, we will begin Assignment 5 on Chapters 6 and 7. This is due in our class on Thursday July 7.
The quiz must be completed before our next class on Monday.
Today we will continue with the simple 4-bit ALU using a Programmable Logic Array that was started last week.
- Lab 6 Part 1 is due today
Today’s Lab exercise will take place in the Computer Lab in Room
You should add the new page to your own web site and put a link on the front page to open the calculator page.The deadline for submission is before midnight on Sunday.
If you have problems then review Chapter 6 for tips on debugging using the 6 steps. In order to isolate problems you can comment out sections of code or add the alert statement.
Welcome to my class. I will be teaching CSCI 101 Section 10 during the 2nd half of the summer semester.
Here you will find all the information needed for class. The links at the top of the page take you to copies of handouts, assignments, labwork and quizzes. You should bookmark this page and check my blog post frequently for announcement regarding course work.
You may want to print a copy of the slides to help with your note taking. Alternatively, you can use a computer to view the slides. Since most of our classes will not be in the computer lab you are welcome to bring your own laptop if you have one.
The Espresso example used in today’s class can be found at:
After the class you will be asked to complete a quiz to check you understanding of the material. Quizzes contribute 10% towards the final mark and the deadline for completion is before our class on Thursday.
- Arrive early to class
- You don’t need permission to enter
- Enter and leave quietly
- Turn off cellphones (not vibrate)
- No talking while the instructor is speaking, except to address the instructor
- Speak respectfully when asking or answering a question
- No eating or drinking in the computer lab
- Computers are to be used for class assignments only
- No playing games, email or social networking
- Attendance is required
- Participation is encouraged – please ask questions
- Plagiarism is not tolerated
Today we will review Chapters 1 to 5 in preparation for the exam on Monday. Please come prepared to ask questions on anything you don’t understand and want to go over again. To help you, there is a checklist of essential knowledge required for the exam. Ask for clarification on anything you don’t understand. Any remaining time will be devoted to practicing questions from the textbook as a class.
This week’s lab may be a little ambitious, especially with an exam coming up on Monday. As a result, you only need to complete and submit your circuit for Part 1. We will complete Part 2 during the lab period next week.
Starting on Monday you will see posts for CSCI101 on the front page. In order to filter only the CSCI150 posts, click on the CSCI150 topic in the main menu.
- Lab 6 (Part 1 only) is due by Wednesday June 29
Today we will create a simple 4-bit ALU using a Programmable Logic Array.
If you are submitting late then please upload your work through the Submit link above. Submitting work late incurs a late penalty of 20% after 1 day and 10% for each additional day.