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Unformatted text preview: COS 110 Project: Boolean Expression Creator Department of Computer Science Deadline: 31 October 2011 at 23:00 Instructions • This project will count 20% towards your nal mark. • This project must be completed either individually or in groups of two. It is allowed to have a partner who has only COS 121, in which case the COS 121 speci cation should be followed carefully. • The project consists of a number of phases. These phases should be implemented in order. Your project will only be marked up to the last phase implemented successfully. If a phase is skipped, no successive phases will be marked. • The project will be demonstrated by for marking. It will be required that all group members attend the demo, even if one group member does not have COS 110. Dates and times for demos will be announced closer to the deadline. • Both code and functionality will be evaluated. A portion of the marks will be awarded for program design and code quality, not just functionality. • Each group member must be prepared to answer questions on any aspect of the project during the demo. Marks will be awarded for each individual's ability to answer questions about the design of the program. • Allow for enough time to upload your project on the course website. No late submissions will be accepted. • Your program must run on Linux. Note that your program must compile and run in both the Informatorium AND CosTutorium. If your program does not work you will forgo all marks for functionality. 1 • COS 121 students will have to implement this project according to the COS 121 project speci - cation. COS 121 marking will occur separately from COS 110 marking. • Tar all of your project les, including a working Make le, into one archive and upload it to the appropriate link (COS 110 Project) before the deadline. Your uploaded implementation will be marked. • In addition to your code you must also upload a pdf document containing all of your code. Failure to do so will result in a project mark of 0....
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