ICS 111, Introduction to Computer Science
Lab 18 - Arrays -
April 8


This lab will help the student by:


To receive credit for this lab assignment, you must be finished by Thursday, April 8, at 11:59 p.m.  After this time you will not receive any credit.  Future lab assignments will be due by 11:59 p.m. on the day of the lab assignment.

1.  Log in to UH UNIX

2.  Write a program to do the following: (Getting Started with Pico)

3.  Get into Pine (Getting Started with Pine, PDF) and attach the file to an e-mail (See pages 11-12 in Getting Started with Pine, PDF)

- control <J>, then control <T> allows you to browse and pick the file that you wish to attach.  Only submit the .java file.  Do not submit the .class file.

4.  Your e-mail should have the following subject:  lab X / lastname  (the lab number should be substituted for X, and your last name should be substituted for lastname)  Not following this standard will result in a deduction of points.

5.  Send the file to ics111-lab@hawaii.edu account.

6.  Check the webpage to make sure that the e-mail arrived.  Note that this will be sent to the ICS 111 lab address (ics111-lab@hawaii.edu).  This one is different from the ics111-homework@hawaii.edu.  There are two different ones so we can have homework assignments and lab assignments separate.

Here are the URLs:

7. Once I (TA) get the e-mail in my account AND I can verify it on the web, you will receive your lab participation point.  For grading policies on your lab, click here...

* Some may argue that it is easier to do this from WebMail or other e-mail programs.  If you e-mail your lab / homework from anything besides Pine, it means that you're not positive that it runs / works properly in UNIX.  This could result in large point deductions if your program doesn't work properly.

Link to the Java API -  to look up any methods of any class you would like to use.

Link to the Java Coding Standard -  to look up Java code formatting rules.