|Instructor||Richard Andersonemail@example.com||Monday 11:00 - 11:50 am, Wednesday 2:30-3:20 pm (and by appt.) Sieg 312|
|Teaching Assistant||Kevin Hinshawfirstname.lastname@example.org||Tuesday 11:30 - 12:20, Friday 2:30 - 3:20 (and by appt.) in Sieg 326A|
Quiz AA, TTh 8:30-9:20 Sieg 226
Quiz AB, TTh 9:30-10:20 Sieg 225
For most of the quarter, the Tuesday quiz section will be a traditional lecture/discussion led by the TA, and the Thursday quiz section will be optional lab hours. However, a few Thursdays will be used for quiz sections or quizzes. See the schedule for details.
For ML, Thursday sections will take place in Sieg 329, the instructional xterm lab. Attendance is optional.
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Notes from the Tuesday quiz sections. (Don't rely on having these available for every week, but any that have been typed up will be posted.)
Update! We've installed a local copy of the JDK 1.0.2 docs. No more waiting for Sun's site to respond! Plus I added a page with some sample applets.
The Sun website has lots of information, particularly useful are a collection of papers including a good overview by Gosling and McGilton. There is also a tutorial on the language and internet programming. The JDK page is also very useful.
To get started using Java on the instructional machines, take a look at the following tutorial.
/cse/courses/misc_lang/axp/sml/binand is called
sml. You might want to add the directory to your path. Note that this is version 109.30, which has a few annoying enhancements over version 0.93. (Which was used last year, and corresponds to the Ullman ML book.)
/cse/courses/misc_lang/axp/mit-scheme-7.3/binand is called
scheme. You might want to add the directory to your path.
Other implementations of scheme are available from the MIT Scheme home page. The Revised Scheme Report is useful documentation.
/cse/courses/misc_lang/axp/prolog/binand is called
pl. We are used SWI-Prolog from Sociaal Wetenschappelijke Informatica at the University of Amsterdam. Here is a pointer to their documentation.
is available on the instructional Alphas (orcas, sanjuan).