Comp202: Principles of Object-Oriented Programming II
Fall 2004 -- Home
for Fall 2004 is called
Comp212 by the Registrar (more
12/8/2004: In a tight 3-way battle,
heatherj emerges victorious in the
Othello Tournament! Congratulations Heather!
sgupta battled to second after a
tie-breaking sudden death playoff with yjw.
andyj rounded out the winners at fourth. A great job by all!
12/6/2004: A download of a reasonably challenging Othello opponent
can be found on the Games 4 Two web page.
11/17/2004: Please update your DrJava to the latest bleeding-edge version for improved stability and report any bugs to us.
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