Welcome
to the IPL Zone
(Introduction
to Programming Languages, Period F)
Web address shortcut for this page: www.modd.net/1112iplz
Are you
nervous when you see NCWEE? concerned when you see CIRC? perturbed when you see
PBC? Visit Mr. Hansen’s fabled abbreviations
page to make sense of those cryptic markings you see on your papers.
Schedule
at a Glance (see archives for older entries) 


F 4/20/012 
HW due: Work through most of the third Lisp tutorial.
You can stop when you reach the subheading entitled “More Debugging.” 

M 4/23/012 
No school. 

T 4/24/012 
Special 1on1 meetings to discuss project progress: 

W 4/25/012 
HW due: Continue working on your project. 

Th
4/26/012 
HW due: Download the C++ version
of the online textbook we used for Java, and read through p. 30. You can skim
quickly through the portions that are almost identical to what you read
earlier. Reading notes are required, as always. 

F 4/27/012 
HW due: Read Chapter 4 (pp. 3138) of the C++ text. Reading notes are
required, as always. Bonus: Find
the typo near the bottom of p. 37. 

M 4/30/012 
HW due: Continue working on your project. 

T 5/1/012 
No class. 

W 5/2/012 
HW due: 

Th
5/3/012 
HW due: 

F 5/4/012 
HW due: 

M 5/7/012 
HW due: Continue working on your project. 

T 5/8/012 
No class. 

W 5/9/012 
HW due: 

Th
5/10/012 
HW due: Continue working on your project. 

F 5/11/012 
HW due: Continue working on your project. Final due date will be
negotiated today. Important: Bring
a printout of your source code, in whatever state you currently have it. 

M 5/14/012 
HW due: Continue working on your project. 

T 5/15/012 
No class. However, Jackson will present a demo, and Andrew will come
in for detailed code review. 

W 5/16/012 
HW due: Continue working on your project. 

Th
5/17/012 
HW due: 

F 5/18/012 
Field trip to the National Cryptologic
Museum, Fort Meade, MD (adjacent to the NSA parking lot). We will leave at
8:00 a.m. sharp from the service road near the Martin Gym. 

M 5/21/012 
HW due (only for those who did not attend the field trip): problems 1, 2, 3, and 5 from the Scavenger
Hunt. 

T 5/22/012 
No class. 

W 5/23/012 
No additional HW due. 

Th
5/24/012 
In class: Review for final exam. 

Links Based on Class Discussions:
 Latest revision of the MODD
course outline from 2005, before we had a good textbook to use
 Homemade “Segway”like balancing scooter uses a fair amount of calculus!
Serious Links:
 STA School
Handbook
 Summer math camps
for talented high school students
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Last updated: 23 May 2012