10-Electronic-Submission

10-Electronic-Submission - CS106X Autumn 2010 Handout 10...

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CS106X Handout 10 Autumn 2010 September 25, 2010 Electronic Submission This handout was written by Mehran Sahami and updated by Nick Miyake, Aubrey Gress, and Jerry Cain. Submission Procedure Before you begin, place all of the files that you will be submitting in a folder (directory), and rename the folder to your full name (e.g., "Joe Smith"). You should also make sure that your name and section leader’s name are clearly indicated in the comments at the top of each of your files. You submit all of the .cpp/.cc and .h files that you write or modify. We do not need your project file or the executable version of your program. If you need to resubmit your project, append a revision number to the end. For instance, use “Joe Smith - 2” for the second submission. You must change the folder name this way, as you will not be allowed to overwrite any folders already in the directory. We will use the last submission for grading and late day tracking. Using Fetch on a Macintosh To submit from a Macintosh, you will need a copy of Fetch. You can download Fetch from the following web page:
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