The coding guidelines for the course specify rules for writing Handel-C source code for all the coding assignments you submit for this course, including your term project!
Sample programs that illustrate various I/O operations.
Handouts for the Laboratory Assignments given during the first part of the semester.
Slides from the lectures given during the first part of the semester.
A set of tutorial manuals developed by Celoxica.
Send an email to me (vickery at qc.edu) with "CSCI 345" in the Subject line and with your name and ID in the message body. I will then add your email address to the course mailing list. Include "345" in the subject lines of all messages you send me this term.
There is no textbook for the course, but you will be using several manuals, which are available as PDF files. You can download the files below. If you prefer, I can burn them onto a CD for you, or print a copy for you to photocopy.
Click on the link above to check the grades recorded for you in this course. You will need to enter your student ID number to access your grades.