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  CSE 401Sp '04:  PL/0 - Project Turnin
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In general, you should turn in your entire pl0 directory, containing Makefile, source code, test programs and anything that will make grading your project possible using the turnin program on the instructional Linux systems.:
     turnin -c cse401 pl0
Please use only a directory named "pl0". Don't call it 'pl0.turnin', 'turnin', 'hw3', or anything else. Unless a particular assignment gives other instructions, your pl0 directory should just contain the various pl0 source files and Makefile (e.g., your modifications of the files in pl0/); no .o files, subdirectories, etc.


  • do run "make clean" before doing turnin; we don't want your backup files, .o files, core dumps, etc.

  • do not have your RCS subdirectory in the directory you turn in, or a symbolic link to one; otherwise the whole RCS subdirectory will be turned in to us, which is a nuisance.
E.g., from within your working directory you might: mkdir pl0 cd pl0 co ../RCS/* make <...test...> make clean cd .. turnin pl0

IMPORTANT NOTE: you can turnin a newer version of your project by running the turnin program again. This will overwrite whatever you turned in earlier.

For written documents, you must turnin hard copies in class. Please see the printing instructions for doing double sided printouts with enscript.

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