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Requesting feedback (informal review) of a teaching doc.

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I have put together a 7 page (in Word) doc which introduces the topic
of deep copy versus shallow copy and associated topics for my
introductory C++ class. The topic does not go into too much depth,
since we have not yet covered exception handling and class templates
,for example, at this point in the course (In fact exception handling
and class temeplates are topics I cover in my 2nd 13 week course).

I would appreciate some feedback on the my document. Should I simply
copy and paste it into a post on this group, or is there a better way?

A different, but related question: is there an ftp site (or a tool for
posting links to documents ) where instructors (or want to be
instructors) can deposit documents that cover a particular topic or
feature of the C++ language, so that these documents could be easily
shared? I know about the http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lite/ site,
which is a great resource, but at least as far as I am aware, it does
not allow for augmentation.

Cheers,

Bob

Nov 25 '06 #1
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blangela wrote:
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I would appreciate some feedback on the my document. Should I simply
copy and paste it into a post on this group, or is there a better way?
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put it on a web page and send us a link.
Nov 25 '06 #2

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blangela wrote:
I have put together a 7 page (in Word) doc which introduces the topic
of deep copy versus shallow copy and associated topics for my
introductory C++ class. The topic does not go into too much depth,
since we have not yet covered exception handling and class templates
,for example, at this point in the course (In fact exception handling
and class temeplates are topics I cover in my 2nd 13 week course).

I would appreciate some feedback on the my document. Should I simply
copy and paste it into a post on this group, or is there a better way?
Post a link to a web page. If you do, convert the document to a common
read only format such as PDF.

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Ian Collins.
Nov 25 '06 #3

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