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|Csc 220 Data Structures|
Most CSIT department labs, as posted in our Open Lab Times
M108 during most hours that Parkland is open (see schedule posted in M108)
Peer Tutoring, first floor of the new D-Wing
Any Wi-Fi "Hot Spot" on campus using a portable computer and a wireless card
Since you are a student within the Computer Science and Information Technology Department at Parkland College, you can get a Microsoft's Visual Studio.NET C++ Compiler for use on your home machine. This is part of Microsoft's MSDN Academic Alliance program, which allows you to permanently install a large number of Microsoft products on your home computer for free. For more information go to http://www.parkland.edu/csit and click on the MSDN Academic Alliance hyperlink: MSDN Academic Alliance.
A major difference between compilers is how they handle multiple file projects. The
project files between different brands of Windows based compilers are never compatible.
Unix's "make" files have more consistency. You will need to create a new
project on the new compiler if you want to change compilers. Often even changing between
versions of the same brand of compiler will cause problems. Whatever compiler you use, you are
responsible for checking your work either on the Microsoft Visual C++ .NET compiler in
Parkland's labs, or the Linux g++ compiler on the M233
computers, to make sure your work displays and runs properly before
it is graded.
instructor will not compensate for errors or problems caused by your using a different operating
system or compiler, nor will he spend extensive time troubleshooting problems
caused by using different compilers or operating systems.
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