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Assignment 1 unfay ithway igpay atinlay EE422C - The University of Texas at Austin – Fall 2010 Assigned: Tuesday, September 7, 2010 Due: Design: Tuesday, September 14, at the beginning of class Code: Sunday, September 19, 11:59pm Points: 20 points total (10 for the design, and 10 for the program). Purpose – A compiler is a language translator, and so is the solution to this problem. Pig Latin is a twist of English for people who don't want others to know what they're communicating about. Your task is to write a program that translates English phrases into their Pig Latin equivalent. Schedule: On this assignment you are required to adhere to the following schedule of events. Failure to do so will result in point deductions from your score. 1. your first job is to design a solution (algorithm + data structures) on paper that solves the given problem. This design is the PLAN for your high-level program logic and defined data types. If you have difficulties with doing this then go see the TA during his lab hours. If you are clueless about how to start doing this then see him ASAP. Don’t delay! 2. Your on-paper design is to be turned in at the beginning of class on Sep 14. (Keep a copy for your further use). A workable design is worth 10 of the 20 points. If you miss this deadline you get a 0 on
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2010 for the course EE 322C taught by Professor Nettles during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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