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Unformatted text preview: Homework 4 CSCI 1901 Spring 2010 Due 4/14/2010 in Class Submission A printed copy of the finished homework template is to be turned in at the beginning of class on the due date. The printed copy should include your name, student ID number and section filled out at the top of the template. The template should contain all of your code and all answers to any short answer questions unless otherwise specified, and should also be able to run when (load hw4.scm) is entered at the terminal, displaying all test cases. Instruction This homework assignment is to be done INDIVIDUALLY . The standard University of Minnesota rules of academic dishonesty apply, as do the rules of scholastic conduct described on the course syllabus. General discussion of the homework is allowed, but there is to be no sharing of code or answers with classmates. You may obtain help on this assignment during lab, TA office hours or by e-mailing any of the TAs for the course. Source Code and Template Along with this homework write-up you are given a homework template analogous to a template you would fill out for a traditional lab. This template contains an outline of this homework assignment may include test cases that you should ensure return correct values when run by your code in the interpreter. Grading Short answer questions, if any, will be graded based on their ability to correctly answer the question, and typically do not require very lengthy answers to do so. It is advised on short answer questions to provide examples to explain your answer if necessary. There will be points answer questions to provide examples to explain your answer if necessary....
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2011 for the course CSCI 1901 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.
- Spring '08