Wow, I cannot believe that I’ve gotten all the way to the end of this class!! I actually just finished FacePamphlet and couldn’t me more excited. So, without further adiu, here is my solution the last Stanford CS106, which you can also find on github.
After watching Stanford CS106A Lecture 24 about the principles of good design, I decided to apply these principles to Section Assignment 8: Data Structures. I was also surprised to see that the official solution to this assignment did not actually follow the principles discussed in class! So if you are as interested as I was in practicing [...]
I am really really excited that I was able to get through the Stanford CS106A class so far. Only one assignment left!!!! And I’m extremely excited that I actually like programming (I probably wouldn’t have come this far if I didn’t). Anyway, without more interruptions, here is the solution to the NameSurfer class. If you’re [...]
The NameSurferGraph part of the Stanford CS106A Assignment 6 is probably the hardest part of the assignment. Here is my solution.
Here is my answer to the Stanford CS106A Assignment 6 NameSurferDataBase Class part of the NameSurfer game.
The Stanford CS106A Assignment 6 NameSurfer game feels a lot like a big Jigsaw puzzle. One of the first parts of the assignments is to complete the NameSurferEntry Class. This is not to difficult. Here is my solution, which you can also find on github.
Yahtzee! I just finished coding it, and couldn’t be happier. Can’t wait to finish the next 2 assignments This class seems to be getting much easier since the Breakout game, which I think is a good thing! Here is my solution to Yahtzee, which you can also find on github:
According to the Stanford CS106A Assignment 5 Yahtzee! game description, one of the hardest parts of building the Yahtzee game is figuring out how to program your own YahtzeeMagicStub CheckCategory method. Here is my solution to this problem:
I am finally starting the Stanford CS106A Yahtzee Assignment, and couldn’t be more excited, even though I haven’t really ever played Yahtzee in real life. That is why finding the demo Yahtzee applet mentioned in the assignment details was critical to me. It was semi-difficult to find, since the official Stanford CS106A website has been [...]
Ok, so I put up the different parts of the Hangman Game Assignment Solution in the previous posts, so I thought I’d put them all together here. You can also see the solutions on github. If you’re interested in part-by-part solution, check out these posts: Stanford CS106A Hangman Console – Based Game Solution Stanford CS106A Hangman Game [...]