Homework Submission Guidelines
This document outlines the rules you should follow when submitting a homework assignment for grading. Following these rules and the course coding standards will simplify the grader's job by standardizing the form and appearance of submissions.
Any of these rules can be overridden by a particular assignment but, if the assignment doesn't say otherwise, follow each of them.
When you are asked to submit a set of files, you must submit them in two forms: electronically and hard copy.
Your print-out should fit on standard 8-1/2"x11" paper printed upright, with no line wrap.
If you would like to save paper, you may print your files "2-up".
If you use and IDE such as Dr. Java or Grasp to print your files, turn off the "decorations" it uses to document program structure. I am glad these help you with your code, but they are distracting to the reader and take up valuable white space on the page.
Yes, the order of the files matters.
Paper clips, folded corners, and nothing at all are not acceptable.
Electronic submissions will generally be due early on the morning of a class day. Unless told otherwise, you must submit your hardcopy at the beginning of our next class meeting.
If electronic submission is due on a non-class day, you may submit your hardcopy in the department office any time by the end of the same business day.