The ObjectiveTo make sure each of you can submit a project using the submit program. This is not simply a test of whether you can follow the directions for submitting projects, but also to make sure that the course staff has made an area available to each of you, individually, to hold your project files.
An ExplanationYou will be submitting all of your projects using the submit program. For Project 0, it doesn't matter what you submit, so to save space, you will submit the empty file called proj0.c that you created in lab 1.
The submit command has four parts. The word submit, followed by the class, followed by the name of the project (note uppercase P), followed by the name(s) of the file(s) to be submitted. You must be in the same directory as the files you are submitting for the submit command to work properly. The submit command does produce error messages if the command fails and confirmation if the command works properly.
After entering the submit command shown above, you should
get a confirmation that submit worked correctly.
Specifically, the confirmation will say:
If not, send your lecturer email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) about the problem. In this email, please show exactly what you typed in and the exact message that was displayed. We'll be able to fix submit problems quickly.
You can check your submission by entering
submitls cs201 Proj0
Just the FactsAlthough this project carries 0 points and does not count toward your grade, you must do this project. If you do not do the project, you will get no mercy if you cannot submit future projects.
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