Laboratory Tasks

The lab tasks are due by the end of your lab session in the week indicated. When you (think you) have completed a lab task, tell the teaching assistant and it will be assessed. You will receive feedback, and if your work is not perfect you can improve it and resubmit (by the end of the lab session). If you do not tell the teaching assistant then your lab task will not be assessed.

The percentage value of each lab task is indicated with the task.

Answers will be posted in some cases.


Lab Task Week Task Section Value
14 1st May Recursive Reversal Recursion
1.0%
13 24th April Lighting up the Stage Inheritance
2.0%
12 17th April People are Exceptional Data Objects
Exceptions
2.0%
11 10th or 17th April Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend Object Oriented Design
3.0%
10 3rd or 10th April Helping the DCF Objects Basics
3.0%
9 3rd April Kindle Reader Objects Basics
1.0%
8 27th March I Think Therefore I Am Strings
1.0%
7 6th March Street Maintenance in Durban Arrays
Repetition Statements
3.0%
6 27th February Fascinating Numbers Arrays
Repetition Statements
2.0%
5 20th February Tax Time with King Geoff Repetition Statements
Selection Statements
2.0%
4 13th February Driving up the I95 Methods 2.0%
3 6th February Nitrox SCUBA Primitive Data 2.0%
2 30th January Killing Kangaroos Software Design
Java Basics
3.0%
1 23rd January Directories, Editing, and Java Programming for CSC120 2.0%