Thursday, February 11, 2010

Blog #3

Last class we learned about multi dimensional arrays. We talked about how you access information from the 2 dimensional array. When you have an array like int array[3][4], and when you want to access the first item in the second row it would be array[1][0]. Which is the same as array[0][5]. Also when we print the address of array[0][0] and array[1][0] the difference will be 16 because it jumps 4 int. We can also write array[2][3] as *(*(a+2)+3).

Monday, February 8, 2010

IRC meeting

So far in the past few weeks, I have joined team Code Junkies for my OOP344 project. We had our first meeting last week, and learned about the rules and standards of irc chat. We were also told that if we wanted to post code on irc, we shouldn't paste it directly onto the chat but rather to copy the code onto paste bin and then paste the url. Also if the url is too long we were suppose to tiny url. That was pretty much what we learned in our first meeting. Here's the chat log to our meeting, if any of my group members missed it.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

OOP344 week 1


So I've just finished my first week of the semester, and looking forward to learning new things. I'm currently taking OOP344 , INT422, SYS466, EAC397, and co-op. My OOP344 teacher is fardad. So far this week I've had to register, and add my name to the student list on the wiki page; register my nickname on the freenode server for IRC; download SVN and checkout the repository to get all the notes.