11/29/12 The final exam (for sections 0101/0102/0103) will be on Friday 12/14 from 4:00PM to 6:00PM in room EGR 1202. This building is also known as Martin Hall. Please arrive 10 minutes early so that we can get everyone situated and start the exam on time. Don't forget to bring pencils and erasers!
11/29/12 Project #9 has been posted!
11/27/12 Regarding Project #8: The project description mentioned type "Object" in some of the method prototypes in the MyQueue and MySet classes. In all of these places we should be using the type parameter "T" instead of "Object". I have updated the project desciption so that the method prototypes are now listed correctly.
11/16/12 Project #8 has been posted.
11/05/12 Project #7 has been posted!
10/26/12 Project #6 has been posted. Finally, the "polymorphic" Binary Search Tree!
10/15/12 Project #5 has been posted. Sorry, it's not the binary search tree -- that will be project #6!
10/13/12 Regarding project #4: You should not be adding any instance variables or static variables to the MyHashSet class!
10/03/12 Project #4 has been posted!
10/03/12 Additional examples of Sets and Maps have been posted to your CVS repository (see Fall2012Lec15Examples). If possible, please look these over before your lab tomorrow!
09/29/12 Sorry, I won't be posting project #4 for a few days -- we need to cover a bit more material in the lectures first!
09/19/12 Project #3 has been posted!
09/08/12 Project #2 has been posted!
09/01/12 Coding examples from Friday's lecture have been distributed to your CVS repository. I will continue to distribute examples this way as we go along. I strongly suggest that after each lecture you "check out" these examples and experiment with them! The best way to learn this material is to try things out yourself.
09/01/12 Although you have been asked not to use your laptop during the lectures, please do bring your laptop (if you have one) to the discussion sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
08/31/12 Project #1 has been posted! Click the link to the left that says "Projects". From there you can click the link to the description of this project. The project files have been distributed to your CVS repository, so you need to begin by "Checking Out" the project files. More information on this process is in the project description.
08/25/12 All CMSC132 students are required to attend the discussion session in which they are officially registered. The course is quite full and so there is no room to accommodate people who are not on the official roster for each class session.
08/25/12 Note that this website is for sections 0101/0102/0103 only.
08/25/12 Welcome to CMSC 132. We will have our first labs (discussions) and lectures on Wednesday, August 29. See you there. Important announcements will appear here -- most recent announcements will appear at the top. Be sure to look every day.