last updated 2017/04/01
In CS 106A, we'll be using a popular editor named Eclipse to build our programs. Stanford has built a customized version of Eclipse that includes special Stanford features to tailor it specifically for CS 106A, and you must install our customized version for this course. Before installing Eclipse, you will first need to install the Java Development Kit ("JDK") which is a compiler for building Java programs.
Please go to the following web site for detailed instructions about how to download and install JDK and Eclipse on your computer:
If you run into any trouble installing Eclipse, email our head TA, whose contact info is on the Staff/SLs page.
You are expected to follow the Stanford Honor Code.
Remember that we run similarity-detection software over all solutions, including this quarter and past quarters, as well as any solutions we find on the web.
If you need help solving an assignment, we are happy to help you. You can go to the LaIR, or the course message forum, or email your section leader, or visit the instructor / head TA during office hours. You can do it!