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Home Staff Lectures Assignments Software Discussion Board Policies CS 4536: Programming Languages (C08) Assignments There will be 5-6 assignments during the course, roughly one per week. Assignments will have a substantial programming component; some assignments will also involve written questions. Assignment 0: Course Survey (due Saturday Jan 13) -- A brief survey about your background and interests to aid in course planning. Should take about 10 minutes. Description and logistics for test jousting Assignment 0.1: Jousting trials -- a mock assignment to let you get a feel for using the test jousting infrastructure. Optional, but will save you headaches once jousting starts for real next
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Unformatted text preview: week. Style guidelines and expectations on assignments Assignment 1: Basic Interpreters (due Thursday Jan 17, 11:59pm) Assignment 2: Extended Interpreter (due Thursday Jan 24, 11:59pm) Assignment 3: Haskell and Laziness (due Thursday Jan 31, 11:59pm) Assignment 4: Mutation and Parameter Mechanisms (due Thursday Feb 7, 11:59pm) Grading There will be no exams. Grades will be based on the assignments (with some point available for participation and engagement with the material). More details on grading will be provided at the start of the term....
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