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Unformatted text preview: are
 found
 on
 the
 course
 web
 page.
 These
 coding
 standards
 will
 be
 loosely
 enforced
on
the
early
assignments
but
rigorously
enforced
on
the
latter
assignments.

In
addition
the
following
 criteria
 are
 important:
 (i)
 
 a
 block
 structured
 design
 should
 be
 evident;
 
 (ii)
 
 comments
 and/or
 appropriate
 variable
names
should
be
 used
to
make
your
program
readable;

(iii)

appropriate
prompts
and
messages
for
 input
and
output
should
be
given
to
the
user
of
your
program.

Unless
stated
otherwise,
more
emphasis
will
 be
 placed
 on
 program
 clarity
 than
 on
 program
 length,
 speed
 or
 size.
 For
 pair
 or
 team
 programming
 assignments,
 each
 member
 will
 receive
 the
 same
 grade
 as
 the
 other(s)
 unless
 I
 learn
 that
 a
 particular
 team
 member(s)
 is
 not
 contributing.
 
 Appeals
 for
 assignment
 re‐grades
 will
 not
 be
 honored
 unless
 you
 have
 evidence
of
a
grading
mistake
(see
grade
disputes
below
for
deadlines).



 
 POP
QUIZZES.

Pop
quizzes
may
be
given
in
class
at
any
time
without
prior
notification.

The
total
of
all
pop
 quizzes
and
other
homework
given
during
the
semester
will
be
equal
to
one
assignment
grade,
and
will
be
a
 part
of
the
assignment
component
of
your
semester
grade.

Make‐ups
on
pop
quizzes
will
not
be
given
unless
 the
 student
 had
 previously
 notified
 the
 professor
 that
 they
 will
 be
 absent
 due
 to
 sickness
 or
 other
 special
 reason.


 
 OTHER
HOMEWORK
ASSIGNMENTS
AND
IN‐CLASS
EXERCISES.
The
purpose
of
homework
and
other
in‐class
 exercises
 in
this
course
is
to
give
you
practice
in
solving
problems
and
to
amplify
concepts
introduced...
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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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