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Please follow the following guidelines on how to submit your homework #1 and what you should submit. First, some general rules for all homeworks: - please submit electronically by email to suel@poly.edu. DO NOT use the "handin" mechanism other courses may use. - if your submission consists of more than 2-3 files, please send a tar file or a zip file with a directory CONTAINING your files. The directory should have the name "smith1" and the tar file should have the name "smith1.tar" if your last name is smith and you are sending your first homework. To create such a tar file under unix, create a directory "smith1", place all your files in it, and call "tar -cf smith1.tar smith1" OUTSIDE the directory. You may gzip the tar file. - if your code has bugs or any features that are missing, you should always DECLARE these as described below. Bugs and problems that are declared are graded much more leniently than bugs that I find myself. - always provide the readme files described below.
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2010 for the course CS 6913 taught by Professor Torsensuel during the Spring '10 term at NYU Poly.

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