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    Lab 01

      Goals:

      1. To have logged in and used our Linux Lab computers.
      2. To have found and looked at the CS320 WWW site.

      Normal Scenario


      1. Log in as usual. Start Firefox or Konqueror. Input this URL in the location box: [ http://cse.csusb.edu/dick/cs320/ ]
      2. Try most of the links at the top of the page.... where do they go?
      3. Try the Search engine. Can you find "Lab 01"?
      4. Visit the Computer Science Club [ http://cse.csusb.edu/resources/club/ ] and look at [ csec_sb ] its Google-group.
      5. Follow this link [ ../consumers.html ] to some joke definitions of languages and print out copies to read later.
      6. Check out the preparation for the next class [ ../02.html ]

      Deliverables

      Due At the end of the laboratory period. Grading: D=worked hard but got nowhere(7/10),..., A=100% successful completion (10/10).

      Alternative Scenarios

        6a If you have some time spare:

        1. Go to this page [ 01.cpp ] and a download a copy (File.... Save as.... Source). Compile and run it. I can show how to run my "Q" program from inside "vi".
        2. Here are some commands that run versions of languages we will discuss in this course. Try one or two of them out.
          Table
          CommandLanguageNote
          pythonPythonInterpreter, type CTRL/D to exit
          lispCommon LISPInterpreter, type CTRL/D to exit
          guile SchemeInterpreter, type CTRL/D to exit
          swipl PrologInterpreter, type CTRL/D to exit
          rubyRubyruby -e command and supply input(??)
          javac,javaJavaCompiler and interpreter

          (Close Table)

          6aa You still have time to spare

            [ wat ]

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        1a If you don't have an account


        1. Fill in the form asking for one.
        2. In the lab, sit with someone who does have an account.
        3. Learn by watching them, asking questions, and taking notes. You may need to study the recommended UNIX books for CS201 or CS202.
        4. Wait for your account to be created (typically 48 hours) and then do the lab.
        5. Show me when done, to get the points.

        1b If your CSCI account doesn't work


        1. Fill in the form reporting the problem and hand it to the technicians or EMail bwang@csusb.edu (Birdie Wang).
        2. Tell me! Then relax...
        3. Show me when you've got on line and done the lab, to get the points.

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