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CS 342 - Software Design

Spring 2016

Assignments

Programming Projects

  • Programming Project 1 - Due 2/4/16
    • proj1.pdf
    • Turn in project via Submission Link added to Blackboard
    • You should zip all of your files together and submit that ONE zip file.
    • If you submit multiple times, we will grade the last file submitted.

  • Programming Project 2 - Due 2/23/16
    • CS342Proj2.pdf
    • Partner Assignments are available in Blackboard in the Course Information Section.
      • Contact your partner immediately!
      • Primary item to verify is whether your partner is still in the class.
      • If you assigned partner has dropped, let Prof. Troy know and he will reassign you once this has been verified.

  • Programming Project 3 - Due 3/15/16
    • proj3s16.pdf
    • Partner Assignments are available in Blackboard in the Course Information Section.
      • Contact your partner immediately!
  • Examples of Files

  • Programming Project 5 - Due 4/28/2016
    • proj5s16.pdf
    • Design Document for Programming Project 5 - Due 4/25/16 at 11:59pm
Supporting Documents

  • Design Document for Programming Project 5 - Due 4/25/16 at 11:59pm

Items to remember For Programming Assignments

Late assignments will be accepted with the following penalties:

One Day Late: 10% penalty

Two Days Late: 30% penalty

Three Days Late: 60% penalty

Four+ Days Late: 100% penalty (i.e. a score of 0 is recorded)

Programs that do not compile will receive a grade of 0. (Warning messages from the compiler are acceptable but should be resolved.) Programs that terminate unexpectedly (throw an uncaught exception or cause a core dump) will not receive any credit for the portion of code being tested.

Your program must be written in good programming style. This includes (but is not limited to) meaningful identifier names, a file header at the beginning of each source code file, a function/method header at the beginning of each function/method, proper use of blank lines and indentation to aide in the reading of your code, explanatory "value-added" in-line comments, etc.

-- troy - 2016-01-20

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Topic revision: r16 - 2016-04-11 - 20:58:41 - Main.troy
 
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