Due Thursday December 6, 11:30pm.
No submissions accepted after Sunday December 9, 11:30pm.
Note: The IPL Closes Friday Decemeber 7, so still try to go to the IPL early
Due Friday December 7, 11:30pm.
Please note that no submissions will be accepted after
11:30pm on Friday, December 7.
Homework 7 (20 Questions)
Turn in HW7 Due Thursday, November 29, 11:30pm.
No submissions accepted after Sunday December 2, 11:30pm.
Homework 6 (AnagramSolver)
Turn in HW6 Due Thursday November 15, 11:30pm.
No submissions accepted after Sunday November 18, 11:30pm.
Homework 5 (GrammarSolver)
Turn in HW5
Due Thursday Nov 1, 11:30pm.
No submissions accepted after Sunday Nov 4, 11:30pm.
Testing Your Solution:
The Output Comparison tool has a single example of what rules would be chosen if you did not choose a random rule, but rather the first rule. This might be helpful during developing but you should not match this output with your final solution (as your final solution should be random).
Here is a trace of the grammar expansions of this "first rule" expansion rule.
verifies sentence output matches grammar HW5 Grammar Verifier
TestE.java small Java program that lets you test if expressions from sentence2 are valid
Homework 4 (Evil Hangman)
Turn in HW4
Due Thursday Oct 25, 11:30pm.
No submissions accepted after Sunday Oct 28, 11:30pm.
Homework 3 (AssassinManager)
Turn in HW3
Due Thursday Oct 18, 11:30pm.
No submissions accepted after Sunday Oct 21, 11:30pm.
Homework 2 (Guitar Hero)
Turn in HW2
Due Thursday Oct 11, 11:30pm.
No submissions accepted after Sunday Oct 14, 11:30pm.
Homework 1 (Letter Inventory)
Turn in HW1
Due Thursday October 4, 11:30pm.
No submissions accepted after Sunday October 7, 11:30pm.
Need help with your homework?
There is probably someone in the IPL today, or maybe Hunter has office hours. If so, go see them.
Check the message board; your question may have been answered there.
Read the relevant chapters and sections of the textbook, or watch the textbook "online portal" videos if you have access to them.
Look at the in-class lecture example or this week's section handouts.
Don't panic. You have late days, and even if you run out, it is only -1 point for each additional day late.