cs1315_homework5_fall2009

cs1315_homework5_fall2009 - CS 1315 Homework 5 Due: Friday,...

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CS 1315 Homework 5 Due: Friday, October 2, 2009 before 8 p.m. Files to submit: hw5.py and your original 3 jpg files that you used for problem 6. And yes, we do mean literally that filename, lowercase letters and all. Also each function must be named exactly as specified – again with upper and lowercase correct and all. Be exact! Turn in the correct file…it matters! JES generates many files. Make sure you really submit the hw5.py file and not mistakenly the hw5.pylog or hw5.bak file. This is your responsibility. Pay attention to the file you upload, the name T - Square shows as the name of the file you have uploaded, and the file the email confirmation says you have uploaded to T - Square. We will grade only the file you properly, completely, and successfully submit to T - Square. Do not turn in a Word document, but literally the file that is created by JES. If you turn in a Word document you will receive a 0 for this assignment. JES cannot run a word document! Safe Submission: 1. You will receive a confirmation email from T - Square saying which files you submitted. If you do not receive that email, then trust that your submission did not work and that you will receive a 0 for not turning in your homework. 2. Read that email! Double check the filename(s) submitted. 3. Also, go back to the assignments page on T - Square and double check what you have turned in. Download a copy of it from T - Square and verify that it is exactly what you intended to submit. Turning in the correct file and validating that you have done that correctly is solely your responsibility. Seriously. It is solely 100% your responsibility – no its, no ands, no buts. Correct submission is something you are required to do. It is your job to verify it. 4. You can submit your file multiple times on T - Square until the cut - off time. We will grade the last one you submit. Collaboration policy: Do your own work. You’re allowed to discuss your homework with other people, but you are not allowed to share files nor copy each other's code. Rule: Never give or take code from another student. Period. Believe it or not, never means never. Working together is not equivalent to copying another person's work and passing it off as your own as that is by definition cheating.
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Do not take another person's work, nor give your work to another student (equally considered cheating). How do you prevent others from copying your work? Never, ever, under any circumstances give someone else (not even your best friend) a copy of your homework solution/code. And by never, we mean never. Not when they want to "see how you did it" nor when "I lost mine" nor when "I just need an idea of how to do it" or "mine's not working so let me compare it to yours". Students are sent to the Office of Student Integrity over cheating on homework. If you give your homework to someone that is a free opportunity and invitation for them to turn it in as their own. If they do, you are guilty of cheating and so are they. Period.
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course CS 1301 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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