Introduction to C++

Winter 2006



This class will focus on the syntax and semantic of the C++ programming language. The class assumes knowledge of the object-oriented programming model and it is ideal for those students that have programmed in an object-oriented programming language (e.g., Java) and want to learn C++. 

For further information, please see the
course syllabus.


Course Coordinator

Name Office
Nelson Padua-Perez   AVW 1129


For office hours and other contact information, visit the contact web page. 

News (Announcements)

Important announcements related to the course will be posted on this page.  Make sure you check this page at least once a day.

Wed Jan 25, 9:33 pm:  I have submitted course grades (S/F).  I wish you a great Spring semester.  Nelson

Mon Jan 23, 6:37 pm:  If you have not submitted Project #5 then don't use the submit server anymore.  To submit the project just e-mail me a tar file with your project.  Final deadline (late submission) for project #5 is tomorrow Tuesday at 6pm.


Fri Jan 20, 8:23 am: Project #5 has been posted.


Thu Jan 12, 8:34 pm: Project #4 has been posted.


Thu Jan 12, 8:34 pm: The link to the forum for the class is: Forum.  You must register before using the forum (the Register option is on the left side of forum window).  Remember, do not post any code.


Mon Jan 09, 9:11 am: There will be a quiz this Friday, Jan 13.

Mon Jan 09, 9:11 am: Submit server is up and running.

Thu Jan 05, 9:56 pm: Project #2 posted.

Thu Jan 05, 12:32 pm: Tomorrow's handout has been posted.


Wed Jan 04, 2:36 pm: The compile in grace use g++ as follows:


                    g++ -Wall -Wl,-rpath,/usr/local/lib <fileName>.cc


where <fileName>.cc represents the C++ file.

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