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in
the
 lecture.
 Homework
 is
 due
 at
 the
 beginning
 of
 the
 class
 period
 on
 the
 assigned
 due
 date.
 
 Late
 homework
 assignments
will
 not
be
accepted.
Homework
should
be
your
own,
but
general
methods
of
working
problems
 or
designing
algorithms
may
be
discussed
with
others.
 
 PROGRAMMING
LAB
and
SOFTWARE.

The
computers
on
the
fifth‐floor
LRC
labs
of
ENS,
and
in
the
ACA
shack
 have
all
of
the
software
needed
for
this
course
(also
in
ENS
307).

If
you
plan
to
do
all
of
your
work
at
home,
 you
 will
 need
 a
 Java
 6
 
 compiler,
 Eclipse
 IDE,
 a
 web
 browser,
 an
 email
 program,
 and
 the
 program
 Adobe
 Acrobat
Reader.

All
of
the
programs
are
free.

Programs
submitted
 MUST
run
on
the
version
of
Eclipse
with
 Java
that
is
currently
installed
in
these
labs.

If
your
program
doesn't
compile
and
run
on
the
version
currently
 in
the
labs,
you
will
lose
points
even
if
it
runs
correctly
on
some
other
compiler.
 
 GRADE
DISPUTES
AND
CORRECTIONS.
 
If
you
are
dissatisfied
with
a
grade
you
receive,
you
must
submit
your...
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course EE 422c taught by Professor Krasner during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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