The Department of Computer Science & Engineering

CSE202: Programming in Lisp




Part I
  Chap 1
  Chap 2
  Chap 3
  Chap 4
  Chap 5
  Chap 6
  Chap 7
  Chap 8
  Chap 9
Part II
  Chap 10
  Chap 11
  Chap 12
  Chap 13
  Chap 14
  Chap 15
  Chap 16
  Chap 17
  Chap 18
  Chap 19
  Chap 20
  Chap 21
  Chap 22
  Chap 23
Part III
  Chap 24
  Chap 25
  Chap 26
  Chap 27
  Chap 28
  Chap 29
  Chap 30
  Chap 31
  Chap 32
Welcome to the course notes for CSE202.

To communicate directly with the course instructor, use email. Make the subject CSE202.

To ask questions or make comments of general interest to the entire class, and to see those questions and comments answered, read the news group sunyab.cse.202

Use the links at the left side of each page for random access to the course Web pages.

  • The link at the top, labelled "Course", takes you to the course home page.
  • The next one, labelled "Grades", takes you to the grade sheet, where you can see how far the instructor thinks you have progressed and compare your progress with the other students in the class. The grade sheet is in the UB intranet, and cannot be accessed from off-campus machines.
  • The next link, labelled "Email", creates an email form with a default address to the instructor and a default subject of "CSE202".
  • The next link, labelled "Welcome", takes you to this page.
  • The next three links take you to pages that describe course policies on grading, incompletes, and academic integrity.
  • The remaining links take you to course notes for the indicated chapters in the text.

The "next" button at the bottom of each page takes you to the next page of course notes.

Do not print all these notes at the beginning of the semester, and then refer only to your printed versions. The notes may change over the course of the semester to modify the assignments or clarify the material. However, the assignments for any given chapter will not change once students start submitting them.

Although theses notes may be available before the Fall semester starts, the instructor will not look at any submissions until it does.

Good luck, and enjoy the course!


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