Programming Assignment Guidelines
Be professional in all assignments.
Initial Comment section should contain at least the following:
// Your name
// Course and section
// Instructor's name
// Date program completed
// Assignment number
// Assignment name
// Program description
// Name (and optionally path) of file containing function main() for this program
After that, comment each major section of the program.
The program should be complete and error-free.
Use meaningful variable names. Program should be as efficient and as elegant as possible.
Use line-breaks to break long statements over several lines.
Output should also have appropriate headings, including your name, assignment number, etc.
Assignments must be submitted on time.
Submit: listing of source code; output(s) generated by that source program; listings of any input and/or output files used.
[Note: To include the current date and/or time in the header of your source code listing, go to the file menu of the MS Vis C++ ide and from File --> Page Setup choose the desired option(s) in your page Header.]
Do not email or fax submissions.
If you are permitted to resubmit an assignment, always attach the first submission.
Do not write on submission by hand (or typewriter or editor or ...).
Do not erase, cross out, or use "white out" on submission.
You may not cooperate on programs. By submitting a program with your name on it, you are certifying that you are its sole author.
You will find that this course requires a lot of time from you outside of class, at the computer. Plan for it!