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CS 180: Data Structures
Fall 2009

Erin Chambers
Contact Info: echambe5 - at -
Office: 011 Ritter Hall
Office Hours: Monday 11-12am, Wednesday 2-3pm, or by appointment

Programming Assignments

We expect to have 6-8 programming assignments during this course. Your lowest score will be dropped at the end of the course and your remaining scores will be averaged.

Please make sure you understand the policy towards Academic Integrity.

Programming assignments are due via email to the instructor by 11:59pm on the date specified. Please be sure to email all relevant .cpp files, as well as a makefile if it is needed. In addition, I will require submission of a readme, which should contain a description of your design choice, as well as any special instructions and a list of the people who worked on the project.

Late submissions will be penalized in accordance with our Late Policy.

The table below gives the assignments, and associated dates. All future dates/topics are tentative until such assignments are made available.

Assignment Topic Due Date
Program 1 classes 11:59pm, Friday, September 18, 2009
Program 2 stacks 11:59pm, Thursday, October 8, 2009

General Information About Programming Assignments

What to submit

Electronic Submission Procedure

All programming assignments must be submitted electronically via email to the instructor. You may attach the relevant files, or (preferably) zip or tar them into a single file to simplify the process.

Receiving Grade Reports

Grade reports for each program will be emailed to the students as grade reports are finished.

Erin Chambers
CS 180, Fall 2009