CSE142 Homework Submission Policy
These policies generally apply to all programming parts of homework assignments. However, particular assignments may have specific instructions, which take precedence over these. Deadlines and procedures for other parts of homework assignments or other assignments will be announced as necessary.
Web submission cut-offs are given in the instructions for each homework.
Submission of written/printed material is at the beginning of class period (lecture or lab, depending on the assignment). Loose pages should generally be stapled together (and there won't necessarily be a stapler available in class!). To ensure prompt grading, clearly label your work (for example, in comment for .java files or the first page for lecture submission) with the following information:
The above information should appear on everything you turn in. You may lose points if you do not follow these instructions.
Each assignment will list its due date. Most will be due on Tuesdays at 2 pm. Each student in the class will have a total of five free late days (a late day is 24 hours of lateness). There are no partial days, so assignments are either on time, 1 day late, 2 days late, etc. Because of this generous late policy, students will not be granted extensions for assignments unless they have some highly extenuating circumstances. Once a student has used up all of his or her late days, each successive late day will result in a loss of 1 point. No assignment will be accepted more than 7 days after its due-date. All assignments must be submitted by 5 pm of the last day of class (Friday, March 10th), whether or not a student has free late days left.
When you submit your program using the web turn-in page, we immediately compile it using Sun's JDK compiler. The compiler warnings and errors, if any, are copied into the "receipt" page. If you see compiler errors, your program did not compile with our compiler. It is your responsibility to figure out why, to fix your program so that it will compile, and to go through the turn-in procedure again. You are free to turn in assignments more than once. Generally, only your last submission will be graded.
Your program is generally not run at the time you turn it in. Instead, we may run it later, while grading it.