General course information
o Class tutors: Jack S. Fan will work at the ITS lab at 14 ITS Lab: 14 Washington Place (click here for further information on the lab). The following are his hours during this semester.
- Mondays: 1:45 - 4:00
- Tuesdays: 12:30 - 5:00
- Wednesdays: 3:15 - 5:15
- Thursdays: 12:30 - 2:00
o Class E-Tutor: We have an E-tutor for this class to answer your questions related to class homework via email. Send your questions and comments via email to James Cotton at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be able to respond within 24 hours.
o Other help options:
CAS Free Peer to Peer tutoring: College Learning Center (located on campus and housed in Weinstein residence hall) offers free peer tutoring for our class. Please note that this effort is not organized by the Computer Science Department and you need to contact the College Learning Center for more information.
Above all ... if you ever feel lost, confused, or overwhelmed in this class ... please feel free to send me email or contact me for a meeting. I would be glad to help!
|In Visual C++: Create a workspace on your local drive in a directory with a name less than 8 characters. (This will simplify things when you go into DOS.)|
|In Visual C++: Write and compile your program; run it to be sure everything works.|
|In Windows: use START / RUN / COMMAND to open a DOS window.|
|Go to the directory which holds your workspace. (e.g.: cd demo)|
|Go to the "Debug" directory (e.g. cd Debug)|
|List the files using dir and look for the file with the EXE suffix (e.g. demo.exe)|
|type the name at the prompt (e.g. z:\demo) to run|