UMBC CMSC202, Computer Science II, Fall 1998,
Sections 0101, 0102, 0103, 0104
Some guidelines for using the submit command in CMSC 202.
- The class name is "cs202-01". Notice that there is a hyphen
in the class name, not an underscore.
- The project names are "proj0", "proj1", "proj2",
"proj3", "proj4" and "proj5".
Example: if the name of your project 1 file is "p1.c", then you
can issue the following command to submit project 1:
submit cs202-01 proj1 p1.c
- You can submit as often as you like. So, don't wait until
11pm of the due date to submit for the first time. You can submit
"unfinished" versions of your programs.
- The date command on UNIX will tell you what time
the system thinks it is.
- After you have submitted your project for the last time,
do not use the submit command --- even to resubmmit an identical
file. We will use the modification dates of the files submitted
to determine if the project was submitted on time.
- Do not submit huge typescript files. There's no way that
a grader is going to read over a file that is as big as 300K.
Use your common sense!
- You should submit files so that someone issuing the
command "CC *.C" will successfully compile your program. This means:
- Only C++ programs should end with ".C"
- Do not hide your program in a typescript file.
- Do not name your typescript file with a filename that ends
- Do not name your typescript file "a.out".
- Do not submit many versions of your program with different
filenames. We won't know which one to grade.
- Do not submit "extra" C++ programs.
- You can use the submitls command to list the
files you have submitted. For example:
submitls cs202-01 proj1
- You can use the submitrm command to remove files
you submitted previously. For example, if you submitted a file
called "p1.c" and you want to remove it and submit a file called
"proj1.c" instead, you can do the following to remove "p1.c" and
submitrm cs202-01 proj1 p1.c
submit cs202-01 proj1 proj1.c
17 Sep 1998 14:05:38 EDT
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