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ENEE150: Discussion 1 Section 0104 Please Sit Down at a Computer and Login!
TA Information John Shi Comp E Major Email: Johnyou123@gmail.comJohnyou123@gmail.com Please include a subject with ENEE150 in it Office Hours: TBD and by appointment Java?
Attendance First 5 minutes of class: Submit a word that I write on the board in a text file or.c file for attendance 4 Unannounced Quizzes…
Getting Started 1.Run PuTTY 2.Type in under Host Name: linux.glue.umd.edu 3.Click “Open” 4.Any prompt about a registry hit “yes” 5.Login with student username / Password Mac Users: 1.Open Terminal 2.Type “ssh –X firstname.lastname@example.org”
Unix Commands Home Directory (~) Backup pwd cd. cd.. cd ~/ENEE150 cd ~ ls ls -l
Unix Commands Cont. mkdir name mv filename Location cp filename Location rm name rm –r name rm –f name man name
Hello World! emacs filename gcc filename submit 2015 spring enee 150 0104 # filename *always a good idea to submit many times *
Info about this Class Course Website will have grades People will be assigned a random # and grades will be posted online How Grading Works 10% Compiles 10% Style 80% Testing - Correctness -Has to match -Midnight time stamp Make my life easier
Info about this Class Cont. Success in this class: Starting Early on Projects!!!! Ask Questions Don’t Panic Effort may not equal grade Debugging Submit Multiple Times Hand worked examples
Style Good Design of Code (use methods) Commenting Good indentation Good variable names (i,j,k) Separate Lines Closing braces on separate line ++x vs. x++