Office: C-113 Science and Technology
|Cinnameg programming language|
|Email form and etiquette|
|Microsoft Imagine (formerly DreamSpark, formerly MSDN Academic Alliance|
Cinnameg is a multiparadigm programming language. It includes the basics of functional, imperative, logic and object-oriented programming. See the manual and introduction.
See accreditation for (detailed) information about accreditation.
If you need to contact me, email is the preferred method.
An email message sent to your professor (or to professional colleagues, employers, etc.) is not the same as a text message sent to your friend. Do not use abbreviations such as u for you. Write in complete sentences, and use correct spelling and punctuation. If you send me a message in all lower case letters with no punctuation and incorrect spelling, you can expect me to send it directly to the garbage heap. If you cannot take the time to write correctly, then I will not take the time to respond to your message.
|or by appointment|
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The software that is available is what is shown. I have no control over that. There is nothing hidden in the back.
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