Introduction to C++ Lab (CS 54)

Course Description The Introduction to C++ Lab (CS54) is designed to be taken along with the Introduction to C++ (CS53). CS53 teaches you the basic principles of programming using C++, while CS54 teaches you hands-on programming with C++ in a Unix-based programming environment. Assignment and Grading Policy Assigned labs are only to be completed during lab time and will be graded according to the following guidelines: ● Program Compilation: 30% ● Program Correctness: 40% ● Code readability/adherence to programming guidelines: 30% Any program that does not attempt to solve the assigned problem will be awarded a grade of zero (0). Any program that does not work on the campus Linux computers will not be graded. Late assignments will not be graded. The final grade will be an unweighted average of the individual lab grades, with letter grades assigned on a 10 point scale: A(90-100%), B(80-89%), C(70-79%), D(60-69%), F(0-59%). Attendance Policy Attendance is key to succeeding in this lab. Programs are assigned at the beginning of the lab period and must be submitted by the end. With the exception of excused absences, there will be no makeup labs assigned, and a missed lab will result in a grade of zero (0) percent for the day. Excused Absence: An absence must be excused BEFORE the beginning of class. If you feel you are too ill to attend class or have another emergency, contact the instructor BEFORE class with your explanation for the possibility that something can be worked out. Assistance Your instructor will be available during class and posted office hours to help with any questions or difficulty you might have in the course. There are also lab assistants in the labs available for help. You may ask those sitting around you or search the Internet for help or clarification. The assignments are not exams and will not be treated as such. HOWEVER, do not copy code or algorithms from your neighbor or the Internet. Cheating is not tolerated. If in doubt, put a comment in your code saying that you got help from a given source (cite your sources!). If you need additional help outside of class, send the instructor an email or drop by their office. Academic Dishonesty You are expected to be familiar with and adhere to the Missouri S&T Academic Regulations (http://registrar.mst.edu/academicregs/). Academic dishonesty is not tolerated in this lab. Your work should be your own. Cheating will result in at the very least a grade of zero for the lab. Other possible consequences are notification of your advisor, notification of the department chair, academic sanctions, or removal from the course. Classroom Egress Maps In the event of an emergency, you should be aware of the egress routs posted at http://registrar.mst.edu/links/egress.html

Academic Alert System The purpose of the Academic Alert System is to improve the overall academic success of students by improving communication among students, instructors and advisors, reducing the time required for students to be informed of their academic status, and informing students of actions necessary by them in order to meet the academic requirements in their courses. Disability Services If you have a documented disability and anticipate needing accommodations in this course, you are strongly encouraged to meet with the instructor as early as possible in the semester. You will need to request that the Disability Support Services staff send a letter to the instructor verifying your disability and specifying the accommodation you will need before the instructor can arrange your accommodation. Disability Support Services is located in 204 Norwood Hall, their phone number is 341-4211, and their Email is [email protected]

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