UMBC CMSC201, Computer Science I, Fall 1994
Section 0101, 0102 and Honors
Project 2 Comments
Remember that you must have:
At the top of your program, or you will get very strange errors.
See also, 8 Steps to Finishing
Questions from Students:
- Professor Chang,
Was I dreaming, or did you mention an example titled "sine.c" that
demonstrated the use of the sine function - possibly in your lecture of
Oct 4th? I wasn't able to find it in the lecture notes posted for that
day, yet the other examples related to Proj2 are there (such as
triangle.c). I hope it was your intention to post that example, for of
all of us folks who have very little hair left!
- Dear Bald Dreamer
- Sorry, I forgot to include it in the notes for
October 4th. It's up now.
- Professor Chang,
I have a question on the grading of project 2. I see that you want us
to try and include as many implementations as possible. Will our grade
be based on the number of implementations, or rather do the number not
really count, and we will be graded on the basis of what we have?
Not that I really think that this will matter to me, but I am having a
devil of a time with the fifth implementation about graphing on
different x ranges, and am worried that if I cannot get it to work, my
grade will not be able to reach, say an A level or something.
- Dear Devil-Battler
If you implement the first 3 features correctly, with a working
program and well-documented, readable code, then you will receive
100% of the grade for Project 2. Features 4 and 5 are for people
who wanted to have a more challenging assignment; they are optional.
- Prof. Chang,
What if you submit your program and then find a small mistake. If you
have submitted early, may you amend your program and resubmit, or is it
a done deal?
- Signed: Just sick about it.
- Dear Just sick about it,
Yes, you can turn in the project up to 12 midnight on the due date.
We will simply grade the final version, but please check your program
before you submit. It gets confusing to have 5 versions of everyone's
program lying around.
Tue Oct 18 17:06:33 EDT 1994
Richard Chang, firstname.lastname@example.org