This first step is best done collaboratively with another student. However, once the discussion turns to Python specifics and the subsequent writing of Python, you must work on your own. Use IDLE to create a new program: o Use the required file name (“proj01.py”). o If you are in a CSE lab, select the H: drive as the location to store your file. Write a simple version of the program. Run the program and track down any errors. Use the handin system to turn in the first version of your program. Cycle through the steps to incrementally develop your program: o Edit your program to add new capabilities. o Run the program and fix any errors. Use the handin system to submit your final version. Be sure to log out when you leave the room, if you’re working in a public lab. Be sure to save a copy of your completed program in your CSE file space (H: drive on the lab machines) before the project deadline. If you write your program at home and turn it in from home, you will need to copy it to your CSE file space before the deadline. In case of problems with electronic submission, an archived copy in the CSE file space is the only acceptable evidence of completion.
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