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In Winter '97, I'll be TA'ing for the following classes, with the following office hours:
Pic10C-1A Adv. Programming in C++ Prof. Tony Falcone
Pic10C-1B Adv. Programming in C++ Prof. Tony Falcone

My office hours will be: Tue 3-4, Wed 10-11, and Thu 11-12. All office hours will be held in the PIC lab (BH 2817). If you feel like hunting me down, I'm usually in my office (MS 2954) when I'm not in class.

If you can't make the above office hours, let me know, and we can schedule an appointment at another time. The best way to reach me is via email at: or you can leave me a note in my mailbox (in MS6363).

For my solutions for the first homework, see: eval.h and eval.cpp.

For my solutions for the second homework, see: matrix.h and matrix .cpp.
Note that my implementation uses the "lazy" determinant method. If you want to see the method utilizing Gaussian elimination, look here. This is the result of a bet I made with a friend over whether I could write a gaussian-elimination routine in 20 lines of C++). And you thought being a Math Grad student was boring...:)

For my solutions to the third homework, see aarray.cpp and aarray.h.

As the quarter progresses, I'll be adding handouts, HW solutions, etc. to this page. For now, you can link to Prof. Falcone's PIC10C page .

A much more complete (though perhaps somewhat irrelevant to our class :) homepage dedicated to PIC-10C is Peter Blomgren 's PIC10C page.
Late note: (990714) Peter's 10C home page is now at Stanford

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