TO TRULY COMMUNITY-BASED KATRINA RELIEF ORGANIZATIONS.
CS61A: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
Dates and times for finals week
The questions and solutions from today's review session are now posted (in
the usual solutions location).
All grades should be posted through proj3, hw13, mt3. If you have any missing
grades, or want to complain about a grade, you must do so no later than Monday
(12/12). To enter a complaint, send email to your TA and to your reader (just
your TA if it's about a midterm). Don't send me mail about grades.
Grades for the remaining assignments will be posted by Thursday 12/15.
Complaints on proj4 or hw 14-15 must be received before 5pm Sat 12/17.
The reasons for these deadlines are (1) we need time to deal with complaints
before the readers disappear after finals and before I have to turn in your
letter grades; (2) I don't want everyone who's one or two points away from a
grade cutoff to suddenly "remember" after the final is graded about some
problem on hw3.
The review session will be in the Wozniak lounge, 4th floor Soda.
In addition to your homework this week, please complete this survey to benefit research
about the new lab-based CS3 format. Part of the goal is to compare those
who took CS3 and those who didn't, so please complete the survey either way.
The review session for the final exam will be Sunday, Dec. 11, from 3-6 pm,
in a location to be determined. Exam week office hours will also be
Solutions for part A of project 4 have been posted. You may use either your own solution or this posted solution as a basis for the second part of the project.
A review session for midterm 3 will be held Sunday Nov 13th 1-4 pm
at 10 Evans. HKN is holding a Q&A session afterwards
4-6pm at Wozniak.
Review Packet -
Solutions for part 1 of Project 3 are posted. You may use either these
posted solutions or your own solution as a basis for part 2 of the
Course documents available through these Web pages
are either plain text files,
(Portable Document Format) files.
can read the latter using Adobe's Acrobat Reader (at least version 3.0).
on the machines in our instructional cluster as the program
and is also freely downloadable over the Web for
PCs, Macs, and UNIX
it is not already installed on your home machine).