This page is:
Herbert J. Bernstein
based on the course web page by Bill Steinmetz
This course is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts required to program a computer. In particular, the notions of top-down structured programming, selection, and repetition are discussed in the context of the Java programming language. In addition, the relatively new concept of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) will provide a common thread throughout the semester. As we go along, I will attempt to summarize the activities of our class and post them here. That way, if you happen to miss a class or want to review what we did, you can find some help here.
Syllabus (How course is graded and overview of course)
Java 2 Platform SE v1.3 (This is great if you forget which methods go with which classes!)
For help with web designing & developing:
ColorMaker (This web page was colored using this interesting site.)
help choosing "web-safe" colors:
To get definitions and reference links for computer or internet related terms:
This page is based on the CSC012N course web page by Bill Steinmetz, Fall 2001. Revised by Herbert J. Bernstein, 4 November 2001.
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