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To Current Students of CS61A: Some of these articles are from previous semesters and things have changed since. Some of these articles, you haven't learned yet. Please use your best judgement when browsing, and don't hesitate to ask on Piazza for clarification.

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What is the CS61A wiki?

The CS61A wiki is a course wiki, written collaboratively by the students and course staff. A wiki is a special kind of website designed to make the sharing of knowledge easier.

The course staff each semester post numerous study guides and review materials on Piazza. This material becomes lost to students the next semester who do not have access to the old Piazza. The CS61A wiki was created to fix this problem by being a centralized source of information for CS61A material and by hosting links to review materials generated by dedicated TAs.

To search for a topic, enter it in the search box at the top right. See this for a list of articles. A list of guides is located at guides, and a list of practice problems is located at practice problems.

How to contribute

Don't be afraid to edit. Anyone can edit almost every page. Find something that can be improved and make it better—for example, spelling, grammar, rewriting for readability, or adding content.

Don't be afraid to add new content, or suggest new content on an article's talk page. Remember, you can't break the 61A wiki. All edits will be vetted by an instructor, TA, or reader. The wiki is allowed to be imperfect. So go ahead, edit an article and help make the wiki the best information source about 61A on the Internet!

Read our community guidelines and our how-to guide before starting.

Why not try out the editor right now?

  1. Click here to edit the sandbox, a place to make test edits.
  2. Type some text.
  3. Click "Show preview" to test your changes, or "Save page" when you're happy with the way it looks.