Team B - OOP344 20133

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Team B


Project Marking Percentage

Group work:        40%   
Individual work:   60% + 
Total             100%


Master Branch Status

  • committed/committing by full name, ircnick: mynick, any other info

Coding Style and Standards

  • No Tab Character allowed. (replace tabs with spaces)
  • Each object must have its own type:
int a;
int b;
CDialog D;
  • With regards to space characters, standard will be as follows:
if(a == b) {
  x = y * z; // 2 spaces for indentation
  • With regards to classes, standard will be as follows:
class example {
    int _a; // member variables should start with an underscore
    int _arraySize // use meaningful names for variables when applicable and use camel notation
    char* _pArray; // pointers should have '*' part of the type

Team Members

Team B: "BDOT"

First Name Last Name Section Seneca Id wiki id IRC nick Blog URL
Arlene Lee C alee110 Arlene Lee Zephyr135 KakuKaku
Adam Sharpe B ansharpe Adam Nicholas Sharpe AdamSharpe Object Oriented Programming Stuff
Ragu Sivanandha B rsivanandha Raguraam Sivanandha Ragu Ragu's Blog
Benson Wong B bwong53 Benson Wong wongbsn Benson's Blog


Release 0.2 is due October 20th, 23:59

1. Organize and complete team page - Complete

2. Select a team member's console.cpp and console.h to use - Incomplete

  • That team member should branch and clone repository and add the files to it as well as comment and merge it back

3. All other members clone the repository, comment, and test the execution of CFrame - Incomplete

  • The comment should include your github id, date, and time in the cframe.h file
  • Push the final changes to github


October 17, 2013 - S Building 3rd Floor

  • Optional Meetup

October 16, 2013 - Rm S3011

  • Completing team page, finalizing coding standards, and discussion on console.cpp/console.h

October 15, 2013 - Rm S3012

  • Meet, greet, and discussion on coding standards