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CS-112 - Fundamentals of Computer Programming
School of Computing Sciences and Informatics

Homework Policy
    Seven homeworks will be assigned this quarter. All will be given a due date which will appear on the homework statement. Please submit via blackboard a text source C++ solution, compilable with an ANSI standard compiler. Each submission will be graded on a scale from 0-10. The grader will test the code you develop using g++ on a unix box. If your code does not compile using g++, the grader will assign a grade of 5 and maybe send a note to you indicating that fact and to request a second version that does compile under g++. So, it is in your best interest to use g++. Code compiled using Virtual C++ frequently does not compile under g++.

It is OK to work in groups of your choosing. In that case, you can submit one file for all group members. Please put the names of all group members in the file.

Each homework has a due date. Your submission must reach the grader before 11:59PM on the due date in order for it to be graded and counted toward your final grade.

The grader will respond to a submission within 24 hours. If that has not happened contact the grader to find out why.

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