"I saw 'cout' being shifted 'Hello World!' times to the left and stopped right there." -- Anonymous
I will teach you how to use modern (C++17), idiomatic C++ in this course, making heavy use of the standard libraries.

Schedule

Lecture # Date Lecture Homework
1 Aug 29 Introduction, basic features, debugging
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None
2 Sept 5 References, I/O, basic classes
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HW1 due Sept 13
Sept 10 Course selection period ends
3 Sept 12 Separate compilation, more on classes, inheritance
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HW2 due Sept 19
4 Sept 19 Classes holding resources
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HW3 due Sept 26
5 Sept 26 Exceptions, smart pointers, RAII
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HW4 due Oct 7
6 Oct 3 Live coding session
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None
Oct 7 Drop period ends
Oct 10-13 Fall term break—NO CLASS
7 Oct 17 Containers, iterators
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HW5 due Oct 26
8 Oct 24 More containers and iterators, templates
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HW6 due Oct 31
Oct 25 Grade type change deadline
9 Oct 31 More templates, template metaprogramming, function objects
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HW7 due Nov 8
Nov 4 Last day to withdraw from a course
Nov 7 Class cancelled Project proposals due Nov 14
10 Nov 14 Standard library algorithms, functional programming
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11 Nov 21 Concurrency
12 Nov 26 Class on Tuesday
13 Dec 5 Project presentations

Grading

Homework

Project

Link to project instructions

Piazza

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Prerequisites

Please speak with the instructor if you don't meet these requirement or have any other questions.

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