Writeup - Write-up Guidelines for COP 3503H Programs Every program in COP 3503H must be accompanied by a write-up that explains the details of your

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Write-up Guidelines for COP 3503H Programs Every program in COP 3503H must be accompanied by a write-up that explains the details of your program. This is above and beyond the comments included in the code. The write-up is used to explain how you approached the problem, why you did things a certain way, how things turned out, and an explanation of the results – did things turn out the way you expected. There will typically be questions on the program assignment page to which you must supply answers. The write-up is the place to include your answers and their explanations. Type up the write-ups and make them look neat. Be sure to include a hard copy of the write-up even if it is also on the disk. Your lab write-up needs to cover the following areas: 1. Purpose: Describe the purpose of the experiment . What is it that you are attempting to do? This is where you describe your hypothesis, i.e., what it is that you are trying to prove. The statement: “Because it is a required assignment”,
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