Programming Assignment Schedule
Most assignments will include code to get you started. This may consist
of completed classes that you will utilize but not modify or classes
in which some methods have been completed and others are left for you
to fill in. In either case, comments will clearly indicate which
sections of the code you may edit and which must not be modified (you
can go to these sections directly by using the
All assignments must be turned in on the due date given. If your assignment is received the next day, it is considered late. You are responsible for ensuring that all files are turned in on time, if a program is turned in late there is a penalty detailed on the course information page.
When you are done with your project and are confident it is satisfactory, you should submit it electronically using the directions available here. You may submit an assignment as many times as necessary, but only the files included in the last submission will be graded. Thus, you should always submit all your project's files -- even if they have not changed since a previous submission. Note, the official time of submission for your project will be the time of your last submission. An assignment will be considered late if any submission is late, even if your first submission is on time. You may lose points on your assignment if your final submission is incomplete or late.
Every assignment submission must include a plain text file, named README.txt (please use all capital letters in naming the file), that includes the following information:
Failure to provide this file with this information will result in rejection of the assignment as complete. You may be able to resubmit. .
Within Eclipse, you can create plain text file by choosing
Finally, note that a significant portion of your assignment grade is based on the readability of your program. This readability grade includes style, comments, and the naming of variables and methods.
You must include a comment at the top of each source file you modify that includes your name, course and purpose of the class specified. For example:
// Name: Susie Student (ss1) // Course: CompSci 100e // Purpose: This class has the following uses // ...
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