Homework 11 (2).pdf - CSCI 1133 Fall 2019 Programming Assignment 11 Due 11:55pm Wednesday Due Date Submit your solutions to GitHub by 11:55 p.m

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CSCI 1133, Fall 2019Programming Assignment 11Due: 11:55pm, Wednesday November 20, 2019 Due Date: Submit your solutions to GitHub by 11:55 p.m., Wednesday, November 20th. We will do a pull from this time point. Do not upload anything to Canvas and PLEASE be sure to use proper naming conventions for the file, classes, and functions. We will NOT change anything to run it using our scripts. Unlike the computer lab exercises, this is not a collaborative assignment. You must design, implement, and test your code on your own without the assistance of anyone other than the course instructor or TAs. In addition, you may not include solutions or portions of solutions obtained from any source other than those provided in class (so you are ONLY allowed to reuse examples from the textbook, lectures, or code you and your partner write to solve lab problems). Otherwise obtaining or providing solutions to any homework problem for this class is considered Academic Misconduct. See the syllabus and read section “Academic Dishonesty” for information concerning cheating. Always feel free to ask the instructor or the TAs if you are unsure of something. They will be more than glad to answer any questions that you have. We want you to be successful and learn so give us the chance to help you. Instructions: This assignment consists of 2 problems, worth a total of 40 points. Solve the problems below by yourself, and put all functions in a single file called hw11.py. Use the signatures given for each class and function. We will be calling your functions with our test cases so you must use the information provided. If you have questions, ask! Because homework files are submitted and tested electronically, the following are very important: You follow all naming conventions mentioned in this homework description. You submit the correct file, hw11.py, through Github by the due date deadline. You follow the example input and output formats shown. Regardless of how or where you develop your solutions, your programs should execute using the python3 command on CSELabs computers running the Linux operating system. Push your work into Github under your own repo. The specific hosting directory should be: repo-<username>/hw11, where you replace <username> with your U of M user name. For instance, if your email address is [email protected], you should push your hw11 to this directory: repo-bondx007/hw11 The following will result in a score reduction equal to a percentage of the total possible points: Incorrectly named/submitted source file, functions, or classes (20%) Constraints not followed (40%) Failure to execute due to syntax errors (30%)
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Use the following template for EVERY function or methodthat you write that requires at least 5 lines of code. The template should appear just before the function/method.
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