COP4020: Programming Languages

Getting Started

ENTER classroom.

General Information

Familiarity with at least one contemporary programming language.
Michael L. Scott. Programming Language Pragmatics
Other material
class notes and handouts
Web site
Main page and
MWF: 1:25 - 2:15 pm
101 J. Love Building
Wed; sec 1 = 2:30 - 3:20 pm, sec 2 = 3:35 - 4:50 pm, sec 3 = 6:45 - 8:00 pm, sec 4 = 8:15 - 9:30 pm
Roll is not taken, but you are responsible for all material presented in class and on the Web site.
There is a midterm and a final exam. Click here for details.
Oral presentations and exercises from the book will be assigned as homework on a regular basis. The assignments are intended for learning purposes and as preparation for the tests.
See exams for the grading policy and the breakdown of your final grade. Exam dates will be scheduled in advance. A grade of zero will be recorded for missed exams unless prior arrangements have been made. Assignments will be given on a regular bases and are intended to prepare for the tests. The assignments, when turned in before or at the due date before midnight, will be graded. When turned in late, 5% will be deducted from the homework grade per day until the homework has been received, with a maximum extension of five days.
Homework assignments should be completed individually. Copying another's solution is cheating. See the Honor Code stated in the Student Handbook for more details.

Contact Information

Florida State University, Computer Science Department
Dr. Robert van Engelen
Carothers Hall Rm 101B
(850) 644 9661
Office Hours
1:15-2:15pm Tue+Thu
Teaching Assistant
Warren Davis
TA office hours
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Please advice the instructor of this class at your earliest convenience (minimum of five working days) if you have a disability that will require a reasonable accomodation for any of the activities in the course schedule.

Please notify the Department of Computer Science five working days prior to the event if a reasonable accomodation for a disability is needed: 644 2296 (voice), 644 0058 (fax).

This syllabus and other class materials are available in alternative format upon request.

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