Announcements Final Exam: Project Due on Wednesday at noon Central Time.

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Announcements Final Exam: Project Due on Wednesday at noon Central Time

Project Project Due Wednesday at Noon Central Time Turn in to TA (email) –.cpp File –.doc “What I learned” file –.txt Data File Confirm that TA Received Your Program No Late Projects Accepted!

Documentation, Etc. Comments: –Document Approach to Problem Outline Design Above main() Briefly Describe Functions –Comment Any Unobvious Code Analysis: –What Did You Learn from the Project? –What Went Wrong? –What Would You Do Differently? Vectors Passed to Functions

Final Exam 2 Hours 200 Points 30% of Grade Must Take to Pass Course

Need to Know for Final Everything Through Exam 2 Plus: –Passing Arrays to Functions –Array Initialization –Pass by Reference –Vectors

Final Exam 200 Points Total – 30% of Final Grade 60 points Matching or Short Answer or Multiple Choice (Terminology, Operators, C++ Basics) 30 Points Program Output 80 Points Programming (Full Programs) 30 Points Essay

Final Exam Study Previous Exams and Quizzes Make Sure to Study Arrays, Pass by Reference, and Vectors (i.e., New Stuff) Have fun 8) !!

What Have You Learned? Logical Thinking, Design, Planning Programming What a Computer Is and Isn’t Not Intimidated by Computers and/or CS Majors… …but Respect for What Programmers Do “Human Side” of Writing Programs “Real World” Issues, Negotiation, Expectations That You Really Really Don’t Want to Go into CS

Future if (interest_in_cs == “waning”) goodLuckInYourMajor(); else { if (confidence == “still not 100%”) cs115/cs116: JAVA language (2 semesters) else cs201: JAVA language (1 semester) } Fun Stuff – pointers, recursion, classes, structures, constructors, operator overloading (tres’ cool), more practical programming

I Love Each and Every One of You!!! 8) Good Luck on Exams!

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