% cd % cd cs21 % mkdir week3 % cd week3 % pwdthen copy these files to your week3 subdirectory:
% cp ~newhall/public/cs21/week3/* .
% emacs factorial.c & % gvim factorial.c &
After we examine it in class, try running it. Try running it for different input values. What happens when n is large? why? how can you fix this?
% emacs squares.c &Examine the code. Once you understand what it is doing, compile and run it. Does the program's output make sense to you? I'll step through this execution in class.