Date  Class Materials  HW assignment 
Week 6 You can view your grade in this Google spreadsheet. Look in the row with the last 4 digits of your CUNY ID (emplid). 

10/0405  no classes, Yom Kippur  
10/03  Chapter 7 : Catching Exceptions Chapter 8 : Pointers Lecture slides source code: exceptionsHandling_1.cpp, pointersExample1.cpp, pointersExample_2.cpp 

Week 5 You can view your grade in this Google spreadsheet. Look in the row with the last 4 digits of your CUNY ID (emplid). 

09/29  Thursday runs by Monday schedule Chapter 7 Class Templates: array and vector; Catching Exceptions Lecture slides source code: arraysExample.cpp, arraysExample2.cpp, arraysExample3.cpp, arraysExample4.cpp, vect1.cpp, vect2.cpp, vect3.cpp, vect4.cpp Inclass work: see slides Solutions: inclassWork.cpp , inclassWork2.cpp Quiz 4, based on Chapter 6 topics will be on Monday, October 3rd. 
HW 5 (due date: Friday, October 7th) 1) Exercise 6.41 2) Exercise 7.13 3) Exercise 7.14 4) Exercise 7.28 Send your homeworks to natna20@gmail.com SelfStudy: 1) Read Section 6.19: Order of Evaluation of Operands 2) Read Section 6.20 Suggested exercises (not for grade, but the questions related to these will appear on a quiz or a test): 1) Chapter 6, Summary and all SelfReview Exercises 2) Chapter 6, Exercises: 6.40 3) Chapter 7, Summary and all SelfReview Exercises 4) Chapter 7, Exercises: 7.6  7.9, 7.11, 7.12, 7.17, 7.20 
09/28  Chapter 6 Functions and Introduction to Recursion (recursion) Lecture slides source code: recFib_1.cpp, iterativeFib.cpp, rec_Fib_2.cpp, factorial.cpp Inclass work: see slides, and the draft: HanoiTower_draft.cpp Solution: HanoiTower.cpp 

Tutoring Lab for CSI 30, 31, 32, 33, 35: Online: (visit Blackboard > BCC online tutoring at the top right corner) Monday 11 am  2 pm Tuesday: 11 am  3 pm InPerson: (Appointments are required for inperson support via WCOnline ) Wednesday: 2 pm  8 pm Thursday: 11 am  2 pm; 6 pm  8 pm 

Week 4 Note that on MondayTuesday, September 2627th, there are no classes scheduled at BCC  Rosh Hashanah Thursday, September 29th will run on Monday schedule You can view your grade in this Google spreadsheet. Look in the row with the last 4 digits of your CUNY ID (emplid). 

09/21  Chapter 6 Functions and Introduction to Recursion Lecture slides source code: refParameters.cpp, defaultParameters.cpp functionOverloading.cpp unaryScope.cpp templateFunctionExample.cpp Quiz 3, today at the end of the lecture, based on Chapter 4 and 5 topics 
HW 4 (due date: Friday, September 30th) 1) Exercise 6.31 2) Exercise 6.33 3) Exercise 6.49 4) Exercise 6.51 Send your homeworks to natna20@gmail.com SelfStudy: 1) Read Sections 6.7  6.8 Suggested exercises (not for grade, but the questions related to these will appear on a quiz or a test): 1) Chapter 6, Summary and all SelfReview Exercises 2) Chapter 6, Exercises: 6.11, 6.16, 6.17, 6.18, 6.46, 6.53 
09/19  Chapter 6 Functions and Introduction to Recursion Sections 6.1  6.12 Lecture slides source code: Prototypes.cpp, RandomNumbersExample.cpp, scopesExample.cpp, scopesExample2.cpp, inlineFunctions.cpp Inclass work: see slides Solutions: SomeFunctions.h, SomeFunctions.cpp, someFunctionsTesting.cpp; reverseNumber.cpp Quiz 2, today at the end of the lecture, based on Chapter 3 topics Additional resources: Codecademy: Functions 

Week 3 You can view your grade in this Google spreadsheet. Look in the row with the last 4 digits of your CUNY ID (emplid). 

09/14  Chapter 5 Control Statements: Part 2, Logical Operators Lecture slides source code: forLoop.cpp, outputFormatting.cpp, stringExample.cpp, switchExample1.cpp, switchExample_2.cpp, doWhileExample.cpp, Inclass work: see slides and Exercise 5.19 Solutions: switchInClassWorkanswer.cpp, Exercise5_19.cpp Additional resources: Codecademy: Conditionals and Logic, Loops 
HW 3 (due date: Friday, September 23rd) 1) Exercise 5.13 2) Exercise 5.16 Send your homeworks to natna20@gmail.com Suggested exercises (not for grade, but the questions related to these will appear on a quiz or a test): 1) Chapter 5, Summary and all SelfReview Exercises (pages 203205) 2) Chapter 5, Exercises: 5.9, 5.10, 5.22, 5.23 
09/12  Chapter 4 Algorithm Development and Control Statements: Part 1 Plan for today:
source code: refinementExample_pseudocode.cpp, increment.cpp refined code: refinementExample.cpp Inclass work: exercise 4.28 Solution: binaryToDecimal.cpp Additional resources: Codecademy: Conditionals and Logic, Loops 

Week 2 

09/07  Chapter 4 Algorithm Development and Control Statements: Part 1 Plan for today:
We stopped at slide 26 and will resume on Monday source code: danglingElseExample.cpp, refinementExample_pseudocode.cpp, increment.cpp refined code: refinementExample.cpp Inclass work: exercise 4.28 Solution: binaryToDecimal.cpp Quiz 1, on Monday, September 12th, at the end of the lecture, based on Chapter 2 Additional resources: Codecademy: Conditionals and Logic, Loops 
HW 2 (due date: Monday, September 19th) 1) Exercise 3.10 2) Exercise 3.13 3) Exercise 4.27 4) Exercise 4.37 Send your homeworks to natna20@gmail.com Suggested exercises (not for grade, but the questions related to these will appear on a quiz or a test): 1) Chapter 3, Summary and all SelfReview Exercises (pages 95100) 2) Chapter 3, Exercises: 3.5  3.8 3) Chapter 4, Summary and all SelfReview Exercises (pages 141147) 4) Chapter 4, Exercises: 4.11, 4.12, 4.21, 4.23, 4.32 
09/05  BCC is closed. Labor Day. 

Week 1 

08/31  Chapter 3 Introduction to Classes, Objects, Member Functions and Strings Be ready to use programming environment during the class meeting! Lecture slides source code from the book: Account.h, AccountTest.cpp, modified code: Account2.h, AccountTest2.cpp Afterclass comments: we stopped on the slide 16, and began looked at Account2.h file. Inclass work: exercises 3.9, 3.14; 3.12 Answers: Exercise3_9.cpp, Account3_exercise3_14.h (only the header), 3.12: Date.h , DateTest.cpp Additional resources: Codecademy: Classes & Objects 
Not for grade, do not submit your work, but please do it: 1) Look at the files account2.h and AccountTest2.cpp  this is one project. Read all comments, build and run the solution/project. 2) Then, proceed to slide 17 and try to work on the exercise 3.9. The solution can be found here: Exercise3_9.cpp 3) Then proceed to the slide 18 and try to wor on exercsise 3.14. The solutuion can be found here: Account3_exercise3_14.h (only the header) Your goal for both of these exercises is to understand how everything works, what functions are used, and how all "changes/updates" were implemenented. On Wednesday we will resume with a discussion about exercises 3.9 and 3.14 and proceed to work on exercise 3.12 
08/29  Chapters 1 and 2 Lecture slides source code: Example1.cpp, Example2.cpp, Example3operators.cpp Announcements: First two chapters of the book are available through ereserves: http://bcccuny.libguides.com/er.php?b=c Choose CSI32 from the list Additional resources: Codecademy: Hello World and Variables ; Conditionals & Logic has a little bit more that what we covered, but if you have time, go ahead and do it. You can also enroll into the edX C++ course from Microsoft (free withouth the certificate, select Audit this course) Udemy has C++ Tutorial for Complete Beginners (free) edX and Udemy's courses seem to have more information about C++ in them. 
HW 1: due Wednesday, August 31st: 1) Chapter 2, Summary and all SelfReview Exercises (pages 6467)  not for grade, but the questions related to these will appear on a quiz and test. 2) Chapter 2, Exercises (pages 6869): 2.7  2.15  not for grade, but the questions related to these will appear on a quiz and test. due Wednesday, September 7th: both programming assignments will be graded 1) Chapter 2, Exercise 2.25 on page 70 2) Write a program that reads in three integer numbes from the keyboard, then
Please remember:
Read Chapter 1, sections 1.1  1.9, 1.11  1.14 not for grade, but the questions related to these will appear on a quiz. 