A big pile of Java source code

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A big pile of Java source code

Post by mhetrick » Wed Oct 06, 2010 12:58 pm

Hi guys,

Since we are starting Java programming, I decided to look back at some source code from my undergrad Java class last year as a refresher. The code is very well-commented, so I uploaded the whole batch to my git repository:

http://github.com/mhetrick/201B-Process ... trick-.git

Just clone that. It will download a folder called "Vanderbilt," which contains all 13 weeks of homework assignments. All Java classes are within each week's "src" directory.

If you are using Eclipse, you can create another workspace inside of the Vanderbilt folder (point it to the root of the directory, don't create another folder inside). This will allow easy navigation.

I hope this helps!

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Re: A big pile of Java source code

Post by angus » Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:15 pm

Thanks for uploading that, Michael. There are links to online Java textbooks from the syllabus as well. I have some slides/code from an Intro Java course I taught a couple of years ago that you might also find helpful: http://www.mat.ucsb.edu/~a.forbes/cs5JA/index.html. You'll notice that we are already covering OO topics that I introduced in week 9 of that class, so don't fret if you aren't a Java master after one week. Also, if you are literarily inclined, check out the computer poetry the students generated for a data structures assignment: http://www.mat.ucsb.edu/~a.forbes/cs5JA ... index.html. -Angus

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