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Comentários e feedback de alunos de Writing, Running, and Fixing Code in C da instituição Universidade Duke

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Sobre o curso

Building on the course Programming Fundamentals, this course will teach you how to write code by first planning what your program should do—an important approach for novice and professional programmers. You will learn how to compile and run your program, and then how to test and debug it. This course builds on the Seven Steps you have already learned and provides a framework for systematically testing for problems and fixing them, so you can find and fix problems efficiently....

Melhores avaliações

KK

30 de mai de 2020

Instructors and the instructors who moderate the forums are great. It is a bit different way to look at programming but it makes sense and I would recommend to anyone who wants to learn C

AE

14 de jun de 2020

It is actually a hard course i guess you need to have at least the basics as some of the assignments were really hard take me a lot of time to do them. especially the poker assignment

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126 — 150 de 171 Avaliações para o Writing, Running, and Fixing Code in C

por Sarath K A

1 de dez de 2020

Good course. But some projects were a bit confusing for me.

por Ahmed K

24 de nov de 2021

this was exponentially getting harder to work with

por Farman A T

8 de ago de 2020

Firstly hard to beginner but very helpful.

por PARTHKUMAR M

30 de mai de 2020

assignment is little bit tough

por Vishwajith.K

17 de abr de 2020

Liked way of presentation

por Shubham P

30 de abr de 2020

assignment is god level

por Brandon S

2 de abr de 2020

difficult course!

por Thịnh L Q

28 de ago de 2019

Amazing content

por Barna R

15 de ago de 2020

great session.

por Himanshu k

22 de ago de 2020

well

por Akshay

11 de jul de 2020

The Readings sections in the course need a major revision. I had to spent hours trying to understand what was being conveyed. Also the README files of the assignment tasks. The language used was confusing and many times the instructions were not clear. I would suggest a revision of all the problem statements and readings.

por Blaine C

9 de jul de 2019

Alright course so far. However, to me, the README seem cryptic at times. There are times when I was saying, "WTF are they trying to say." Not a fan of VIM/EMACS, too. There were instances when redirecting stdout did nothing--had to copy the contents, rm the file, and make it again. Why? Problem on my end?

por Xuejia D

4 de jan de 2021

Some assignments are not very clear with instructions and even a huge jump between assignments. I can only get help from Forum. Sometimes one problem can stop you for several days until someone answer your question in forum.

por Eric C

25 de mai de 2022

The programing environment and grading system is pretty hard to use. I would rather write offline in my VSCode and upload my file for check in Coursera. I believe there is way to do so.

por Leonid P

18 de jun de 2018

This course is very good (and teaches you how to use different tools like gdb and emacs), but was have some bugs with grading.

por Martin K

29 de fev de 2020

Well readme's are written with typos - shows how much "care" has been put in to this course by Duke

por Timmy D

21 de set de 2021

I​ love the contents, but dealing with unknown test cases is extremely time consuming

por Manan J

27 de jun de 2020

External Grader is complicated and slow. Checking test cases is too difficult.

por Yuqing W

4 de abr de 2020

The test cases are tedious and not friendly for people not playing pokers

por Zhenmin L

4 de out de 2020

the online practice environment is not a good experience for students

por Angela F

29 de ago de 2020

Maybe the only problem was the instrucctions, but nice work

por Istiaque A A

23 de jul de 2020

Should increase the amount of video.

por Aquib J T

19 de jul de 2020

That was pretty tough

por RISHI Y J

17 de jun de 2020

too hard to code

por Abby V

11 de jul de 2020

Here's the thing, if you have experience with coding in other languages, then this is probably a good introduction to c. However, if you are new to programming beware! This is not for you. The instructions for the assignments are often vague which personally led me to a significant amount of unnecessary heartache. Moreover, they don't introduce critical concepts before throwing you at problems that are frankly sometime outside an beginner's scope. If you are new, be prepared for hours of googling in an attempt to figure out the concepts they skimmed over of failed to introduce all together. Also, the final poker testing project costs you hours while you attempt to find invisible bugs with the hints basically begin "well you should try thinking like a programmer"