I started doing research with a professor back in September, and basically all I've done so far was write a bunch of computer programs. He submitted a paper for publication last week, and he put me as a co-author. But it doesn't feel right, because I don't think I deserve it.
Do you suggest something like this?
And call the user to input the value in the constructor? I don't think x could be changed in this case once initialized.
P.S. Keep in mind I don't have much programming experience.
I just want to know, if you're writing a reasonably short program (~500 lines), and you're basically using a global variable as a const (user inputs it once, and you wont ever change it), then is it ok?
I've applied to several UROP (Undergrad Research Opportunity Program) projects and I've gotten accepted to four, and one of them involves designing iPhone apps.
The problem is... I've never programmed in Objective C, but I do know a fair amount of C++ (very basic OOP skills). Is...
I've been trying to look around for projects to do in C++ to gain programming experience but I can't really find any. Can anyone here suggest any programming projects a non-expert in C++ can do?
Or would working through this class be a good way to start...
I really wouldn't mind getting any programming internship. And the only language I know is C++ (just finished up a data structures class). Also, I've only done class projects.
Am I getting way in over my head? lol
EDIT: I should've mentioned that this question is for the Winter semester. In...
I really want to get a programming internship next summer. Which one of these classes would be the best preparation for one?
Object Oriented and Advanced Programming (difficulty: very hard)
Database Management Systems (difficulty: moderate)
User Interface Development (difficulty: moderate)