Tom Kelliher, CS23
Feb. 16, 1996
- Finish the emacs tutorial.
- Read and reply (to me) to the email I sent you. There is a mailing
list on keystone for the class; it is cs23. Email sent to that name
will be forwarded to everyone in the class, including me.
- Create a directory in your home directory named lab. cd
into this directory for the remaining work in this lab.
- Using emacs, write and debug a C++ program which reads positive
integers, stops reading when a 0 is entered and outputs the maximum value
read. In Unix, C++ programs traditionally have an extension of .cc.
- After your program is working, print a copy of it.
- Use script to record a script of compiling and running your
- Use tar to combine your source and script files, then use
gzip to compress the tar file. The tar file should be named
- Move the resulting file into the directory
Thomas P. Kelliher
Wed Feb 14 20:37:57 EST 1996