16 Replies to “Lecture 7 | Programming Methodology (Stanford)”

  1. for getting user input, I do not see why he doesnt have to create a Scanner instance. Using readDataType seems way more simple, but still going to use a Scanner

  2. Everything is here, all of the files, everything you need including eclipse and Karel etc…: see.stanford.edu/see/materials/icspmcs106a/handouts.aspx Read the handouts, Download the assignment zip files (scroll down in the assignment page) which contain all of the java stuff already.

  3. Anyone know where I can find the class package to download they use so I can import it into Eclipse? they are using import acm.program.Console and in this example for readInt function it’s using acm.program.console eclipse doesn’t have the acm libraries by default and I can’t find any way to download these libraries if someone can help me out send me a private message on youtube I’d greatly appreciate it

  4. It must be awesome for students who is going to take this class next semester at Stanford to watch this whole class in advance. I wish I could do that:(

  5. I wouldn’t say that the cd player is a method. I think of it as an object with methods as void CdPlayer.putCd(argument theCd), music CdPlayer.play() …

  6. I can’t see where the value of “n” is defined in the factorial program, as “i ” has to be measured against it. It seems that a part of the code is missing. Surely “n” must be increasing by 1 every time before the factorial program can work on it.

  7. Hello all, I just love these lectures. He is an amazing Professor! I have a question: Does anyone know a good Java book so I can search things when I need them. Thanks in advance!

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