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Computer Science S-7: Introduction to Computer Science with Python Handout #5 Problem Set Two Submission of Part A of this assignment is due at prior to Noon EDT on Saturday, July 4. Part B is due prior to Noon EDT on Tuesday, July 7. These are hard deadlines. If you submit either part of the assignment up to 24 hours late, you will receive a 10% deduction on that part. Any submission after 24 hours will not be accepted. YOU MUST ELECTRONICALLY SUBMIT YOUR SOLUTIONS USING Gradescope, available on our Canvas course website. Merely saving your files in your online account is not enough. Place your answers into separate files using the names indicated on each problem. You will lose at least one point for each problem where you submit an incorrectly named file, including capitalization. WARNING: DON’T COPY OTHER PEOPLE’S WORK! It is OK to speak with fellow students about how to solve a problem. It is not OK to look at someone else’s solution before writing or modifying yours. Depending on the severity, solutions that are inappropriately similar to other students’ homework may have their scores divided in two, or may receive a zero score, or may cause the student to be referred to the Summer School administrative board for disciplinary action, which could result in a requirement to withdraw from the Harvard Summer School. Before you do anything else, make sure you have created an account for yourself on the website and on . It is essential to use the Google Chrome browser. The ide.cs50.io website will present a page that looks like this: Summer, 2020 Dr. H. H. Leitner and D. Kountourogianni
Computer Science S-7: Introduction to Computer Science with Python Page 2 At the bottom of the main page, is a link that says "Check the documentation to get started or Sign in with GitHub !" If you click the Sign in with GitHub ! link, you will be taken to a page that allows you to create a free account on Github: You will receive an email authorization to complete the creation of your Github account. After this has happened, you will be able to log in to ide.cs50.io very easily. Once you have successfully signed in to ide.cs50.io , you should create a new folder named pset2a by typing the command mkdir pset2a in the lower window: Summer, 2020 Problem Set 2 Dr. H. H. Leitner and D. Kountourogianni
Computer Science S-7: Introduction to Computer Science with Python Page 3 The command you just typed created a “subdirectory” (or folder) in your home folder — this is where you will create files for Part A of this problem set. The lefthand side of your browser window should now look like this: Now solve the following problems by creating files in the pset2a folder. You should issue the command cd pset2a in the lower window to be sure everything you work on at this point will take place inside the pset2a folder.

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