Submission Standards for PROG10082

All submissions for this course must meet the following requirements:

All submissions must include multi-line comments/documentation (using the /* .. */ symbols - see Chapter 2 your text) at the top of each source file in the following format:

Name:  [your name here]
Assignment:  [the name/title of the submission]
Program: [the name of the program you're enrolled in i.e. Computer Programmer, Programmer Analyst, etc.]
[a blank line]
[brief description of program in your own words]

An Example:

 * Name:  Sydney Greenstreet
 * Assignment:  Lab 1
 * Program: Computer Programmer (Felines)

 * Calculates pay for employees. Some employees work overtime and
 * are therefore paid for overtime hours.  Hours worked are 
 * entered by the user.

import java.util.Scanner;

public class Lab1 {
    // ... etc etc...


For programs that consist of multiple class files, you must submit the code for each source file, unless otherwise specified by your instructor.

Electronic submission are usually uploaded to a web server or an LMS such as SLATE, or submitted via a memory key or portable hard drive to the professor. Therefore, your prof may have some specific naming conventions or other rules for the types of files you may upload/submit. These will be clearly stated in the assignment. If they are not clearly stated in the assignment, then the policy regarding submitted files is as follows:

Make sure you read your assignment's submission instructions carefully so that you submit the correct files/folders.