Notes for PR655, by Dr Jan Pajak
PR655 course has 7 credits, or 70 learning hours. It extends for one
term, or a half of semester, means for 8 weeks in total. It represents
programming language. It is composed of two parts. Part 1 mainly concentrates
on navigation between windows, DHTML, regular expressions, pattern
matching, and cascade style sheets. In turn part 2 concentrates on importinmg
and spidering web pages, reading disk files located on a server, and
connecting Microsoft “Access” Database. Both parts extend for 4 weeks each.
Course notes and example programs that I am presenting here are prepared
for a Microsoft "Mswebserver" and Internet Explorer.
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Theory content of this PR655 course is supplied in course materials
for practical laboratory content. It is based on the following textbook
Inc. (ISBN: 0-7645-3342-8). It incorporates chapters 3 to 10 and 34 to 37 of .
Practical laboratory content:
Notice that the practical laboratory content together with
assessments form a small booklet, which covers both theory
and practical side of the course. This booklet is worked
through by students at their own paste.
2003 Notes for PR655
The title page for the course booklet (for block 4 of 2003).
Course Outline (for block 4 of 2003).
Exercise E1 (Server-side housekeeping. Navigation between directories and windows. Addressing.)
E1 revision (Revision questions for E1.)
E2 revision (Revision questions for E2.)
Exercise E3 (Advanced client-side and server-side scripting.)
E3 revision (Revision questions for E3.)
Exercise E4 (Commercial systems of web pages.)
Resources and help (List of healpful sources of information.)
(2003 - block 3 main assessment topic) Assessment for PR655 (i.e. search engine development):
Assignment 1 (search engine) for PR655. (A skeleton of search engine.)
Assignment 2 (search engine) for PR655. (A complete search engine.)
(2003 - block 3 alternative assessment topic) Assessment for PR655 (i.e. hit counter development):
Assignment 1 (hit counter) for PR655. (A skeleton of hit counter.)
Assignment 2 (hit counter) for PR655. (A complete hit counter.)
2003 Sample solutions:
(2003 - Assignment 1 Solutions) Examples of solutions for assignments 1 (block 4, 2002):
(2002 - Assignment 2 Solutions) Examples of solutions for assignments 2 (block 4, 2002):
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