Subject: Re: Adequate for teaching?
From: Jacob Ulrich (derp.jau_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-07-29 21:43:47
I am only allowed to use the materials taught so far in this course and I
cannot edit the Celsius class.
On Wed, Jul 29, 2020 at 10:28 PM Vishal Oza <vickoza_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I think the project appears to be straight forward. The real issues appear
> to be with files. ifstream could be helpful for file reading. If you are
> allowed to use C++ 11 or later you could change the constructor of the
> Celuis class.
> On Wed, Jul 29, 2020 at 9:03 PM Jacob Ulrich via Std-Discussion <
> std-discussion_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Hello ISO C++ Mailing List,
>> This is my first time messaging this list, my name is Jacob Ulrich and I
>> am a university student. This summer term, I am taking an introductory
>> programming course with C++. The full title of the course is "Introduction
>> to Computer Programming in C++ for Engineers and Scientists." The only
>> prerequisite for this course is Calculus I, so no prior programming
>> experience is required. I am having a bit of an issue with my assignments
>> though, I was just wondering if anybody here could share their feelings.
>> Attached to this email I am linking an assignment from this course. I
>> want to know if this is an appropriate way to teach C++ Classes and C++
>> File Reading/Writing to new programming students? Would the people of this
>> mailing list consider this intuitive and adequate for first-time
>> programmers to learn like this? I am just curious if there is any sort of
>> teaching standard that one should abide by when in regards to C++. Would
>> you teach a beginner programmer with an assignment of this nature?
>> I am attaching the files to the email itself and also providing a link to
>> them online.
>> Link to files:
>> Best regards, Jacob Ulrich
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