There will be a written exam at the end of the course.
The total number of credits is 60. For each assignment, it will be indicated how many credits you can earn by solving that assignment. Depending on the exam, 28 credits is usually enough to pass.
The grades awarded on the exam are 3, 4, 5 for Chalmers students, and G, VG for GU students.
The date for this year's exam is: Monday, October 19 2009 in the morning. Re-exams will take place on: January 15, 2010 and August 18, 2010.
The contents of the exam is: Everything we have talked about in the course, including
For the book, this is roughly chapters 1--7 (but not 1.10), 9--10, 14, 16, 17 (but not 17.9), 18 (but not 18.7--18.9). The specific details of the following Examples and Case Studies in the book are not included in the exam content: Pictures (1.9/6.1), Text Processing (7.6), Program Errors (14.4), Simulation (16.5/17.8), Parsing Expressions (17.5), Calculator (18.5), but the general principles behind them are of course part of the exam content.
The GUI programming part using WxHaskell will not be part of the exam.
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