Module 3: Update 1

Hello Everyone, and welcome to Module 3!

This week we will be learning about the “arrays” and how to use them.

In computer science, an array is a data structure consisting of a collection of elements (values or variables), each identified by at least one array index or key.

Here’s an example of an array in C:

int grades[5] = {90, 100, 80, 75, 91};

The array assigned to the variable grades contains 5 elements (grades).

Here’s the link to Module 3.

What you must do before class on Tuesday, June 6:

We will be spending more time in class framing out both Lab 2 and Problem Set 3.

Problem Set No. 1 Feedback

Please check Slack to see the feedback I provided you on your Scratch assignment. If you want to go back and fix any issues that are identified, please let me know.


There are several items that you will need to complete for module 3:

Note regarding Problem Set 2: Additional starter code will be provided to help students get started with this problem set. More on this in class on Tuesday.

I’m available throughout the day on Monday (July 5) if you need some assistance with Problem Set 2. Please send me a direct message on Slack or schedule some time using Calendly.

See you on Zoom on Tuesday, July 6th at 5:30 PM.