UMBC CMSC202, Computer Science II, Spring 1998,
Sections 0101, 0102, 0103, 0104 and Honors
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 "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
- Submission is open from Monday to Friday the week that the
project is due. If you finish your project early, wait.
- You can submit as often as you like. So, don't wait until
11pm on Friday 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.
- 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 C 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
23 Mar 1998 13:08:23 EST
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