CMSC 201 Programming Projects
Required CS201 C Coding Standards
Information on the
grading of project design
Sample Grading Form
I've made this sample grading form
available. You can expect the grading forms for this semester to look similar,
but they will not look exactly like this.
This Sample Design
Document written by one of our former TAs, Carrie Desmond,
is from the Spring 2003 semester's project 1.
It is an excellent design file and what we would like
to see although it surpasses the requirements somewhat. Notice that
design file she has written will actually become her header file with
very little modification. Her description of main() is the high-level
algorithm that was described in the Description of Project 1 lecture that
semester and, as written, is a complete skeleton of that project.
Project Submission and Grading Policy which includes an
Important Warning about developing your projects
and ACADEMIC INTEGRITY.
- design3.txt due date extended from 4/7 to 4/8
- Pseudocode for handling tuna provided - 4/3 12:30 PM
- Corrected pseudocode for handling tuna - 4/4 11:00 AM
- Corrected sample output - 4/5 12:30 PM
- Project 3 due date extended from 4/14 to 4/15
- Changed maximum number of values in a range from 12 to 13 - 4/20
- See this
note for clarification. 4/21
- Modified project description to clarify contents of data files. 5/4
- Added requirement to guard header file(s) 5/4
- Added requirement of DestroyList() function 5/4
- New set5.out file released 5/15