CS 1110: Introduction to Computing Using Python
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September 1st: Viewing of the final exams should be possible starting Thursday Sept 7th
The final exams have been sent to the homework handback room for processing. We expect that they will be available for viewing by Thursday Sept 7th.
You may look at your exam, but you may not take it with you. You will need to show your Cornell ID, and be prepared to give your netID (the exams are currently sorted by netID).
The homework handback room and hours are posted here.
August 29th: We are still in the process of finalizing plans for Spring 2017 final exam viewing
We still have some arrangements regarding making the Spring 2017 final exams available for viewing. The very earliest we expect arrangements to be finalized will be after Labor Day. Stay tuned!
May 24th: Course grades, final exam grades on CMS, solutions posted
As announced via email, course grades have been posted to Student Center, final exam grades have been posted to CMS, and solutions to the final exam have been posted on the course Exams webpage (look in the Exam Archive section). Instructions on viewing graded final exams will be posted here in the fall.
Have a great summer!
CS 1110: Introduction to Computing using Python
Fall, spring, summer. 4 credits.
Programming and problem solving using Python. Emphasizes principles of software development, style, and testing. Topics include procedures and functions, iteration, recursion, arrays and vectors, strings, an operational model of procedure and function calls, algorithms, exceptions, object-oriented programming, and GUIs (graphical user interfaces). Weekly labs provide guided practice on the computer, with staff present to help. Assignments use graphics and GUIs to help develop fluency and understanding.
Permission Note: Students may not enroll in CS 1110 if they have taken or are co-enrolled in CS 2110/ENGRD 2110, CS 2112 , or have taken or are co-enrolled in a course offered or cross-listed with a CS number 3000 or above. (Students looking to learn Python rather than learn how to program should take CS 1133 instead). Students who have affiliated with the computer-science major may not enroll.
Forbidden Overlap: Due to a partial overlap in content, students will receive 6 credits instead of 8 if they take CS 1110 and one of the following: CS 1112, CS 1114, CS 1115, BEE 1510.
For more information on the course, see the syllabet.
The times for all prelims and the final are given here. Please notify us as soon as possible if you have any conflicts.
|Course Material Authors: E. Andersen, D. Gries, L. Lee, S. Marschner, C. Van Loan, & W. White|