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Unformatted text preview: CS 159 – Spring 2012 – Lab #2 What will you submit? 1. The first task of this lab is a number of problems from and related to chapter 3 intended to improve your understanding of the material you will utilize in the lab assignment. Be sure to show your lab instructor that you have successfully completed these tasks BEFORE you leave lab today. • For your group to be eligible to earn points for the second task the first must be completed to the satisfaction of your lab instructor. 2. A single C-file (a file with a .c extension) will be submitted electronically via the sage server. An example submission was conducted during the first week of the semester in lab. If you have a concern regarding how to submit work, please visit course staff prior to the deadline for this, and all, assignments. No late work will be accepted. ◦ You may keep the final pages of this document to complete the task outside of class if need be. Your lab instructor will collect ONLY your group communication responses before you leave lab today. ◦ An electronic copy of this lab will be made available on Blackboard at the end of the week. Lab Quiz #2: The lab quiz will be made available during the last 10 minutes of your lab today. The quiz will emphasize evaluating expressions including simple and compound expressions, the modulus operator, and the material in this lab. Lab quizzes are individual efforts and you may not use any resources while completing the quiz. Questions are presented one at a time and cannot be revisited. Be sure to save your answers to each question and to finish your quiz to ensure it is submitted for grading. Most problems on lab quizzes will be multiple-choice, matching, or true-false. • For more information on taking lab quizzes (assessments) on Blackboard see the following: http://goo.gl/EPhY6 • Your lab quiz results will be available for review at the end of the week or early next week. Reminders: As a group you must determine who will make the final submission for your group , when that submission will be made, and how the concerns regarding submission will be communicated with the other members. Only one person per group will make submissions for the entire group . Lab instructors cannot be expected to grade submissions from multiple members of the same group to determine which submission you desire to be evaluated. This programming assignment does not have a single solution. Our expectation is that each group will develop their own unique solution. Your submission will be processed by our software similarity service and results will be used to detect unacceptable collaboration between groups. The development of your algorithm and the resulting code should only be discussed between group members and course staff....
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