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Fall2007Assignments

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1-21-08

Exam

 

Archive any files you will need in the future.

 

Robotics Team

Robotics team after school starting next week

We could use some people familiar with C/C++

 

Courses for next year:

Tech Ed

Principles of Technology

Full year engineering - Level one

Robotics

Build Repair

 

Computer Science

Intro to programming - c++

Intro to programming - Java

Web Design

AP Comp Science

 

After School Technology/Engineering club

come by after school if you have a project you would like to work on.

 

 

1-17-08

Handback of graded work.

Debug the Battleship code

DotCom.java, DotComBust.java, GameHelper.java are the three files you need.

If you have renamed any files, you will need to chase down any references in the code.

Typography errors cause problems.

Missing return; statements will cause problems.

jcreator is in the start menu, it may be a good way to do the debugging.

For the exam, you should use your tests and the study notes provided.

http://dhsjava.pbwiki.com/f/arrays.doc

http://dhsjava.pbwiki.com/f/ClassesAndObjects.doc

Methods that require a single argument

http://dhsjava.pbwiki.com/f/CreatingMethodswithNoArguments.doc

http://dhsjava.pbwiki.com/f/java-Arithmetic.doc

http://dhsjava.pbwiki.com/f/JavaDataNotes-variables.doc

http://dhsjava.pbwiki.com/f/BeginningJavaNotes.doc

 

1-15-08

Battleship code

What can we do to customize the code?

 

1-11-08

Battleship code

Math.Random() http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/util/Random.html

GameHelper class make it and hand it in, with the SimpleBattleship.java code.

Integer.parseIn() http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/api/java/lang/Integer.html

this will allow you to cast a String input as an Int.

 

bug in the code - three hits on any location will sink your ship.

You need to make it so that the hits are 'retired' from the array.

ArrayList http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/util/ArrayList.html

Update your SimpleBattleShip.java code and hand it in this period.

 

New and Improved BattleShip class

What are the classes?

What do the classes need to do?

Prep Code for the real BattleShip class

What does each class need in its code?

make three (minimum) targets. You can also have them be different sizes.

Work on a rewrite of the BattleShip class, based upon the prep code.

 

WeeklyUpdate

Got it? hand it in. Don't work on it during class.

 

1-9-08

"Battleship" code

Create test code for SimpleDotCom class

create SimpleDotCom class

 

Use arrays for creating the location of the ship.

use a for loop for the guess process

use if to count hits and misses

 

today we will create one row of the grid, but ultimately, we will create the whole virtual grid.

 

Check out the documentation for java at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/api/

 

 

 

1-8-08

Arrays of objects

Check out the documentation from Head First Java on Object arrays

Instantiate an array of Dog objects

Call the methods of your dog class by using your array.

 

1-7-08

Botball

There will be a meeting on today to start planning for the Botball robotics team competition this spring. Monday at 2pm in Mrs. Lewis' room.

 

Ap Comp Sci applications, due to Mrs. Lewis by January 28

 

Arrays - arrays.doc

Here is the documentation on Arrays - http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/lang/reflect/Array.html

 

Here is the documentation on all of the java api - http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api/

 

Create a program that will allow the user to choose the number of players in the game. Create an array that allows them to choose up to four players.

 

1-5-08

Hand back of Objects and Classes

 

Guess Game

 

Botball

There will be a meeting on Monday to start planning for the Botball robotics team competition this spring. 2pm in Mrs. Lewis' room.

 

AP Computer Science applications -

They are due to Mrs. Lewis by January 28

 

WeeklyUpdate

Include this week in next weeks

 

1-3-08

JavaPong

GameOfLife

Notepad++ http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm

This looks like a good source for sample codes - http://www.java2s.com/

 

AP Computer Science applications -

Get 'em while they're hot!

They are due to Mrs. Lewis by January 28

 

 

12-21-07

WeeklyUpdate

Due at start of class

 

Java, C++, Scratch or Kung Pow

 

Have a nice vacation!

 

Java SDK (Software Developer's Kit) download

http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp

 

12-19-07

Test on objects and classes - ClassesAndObjects.doc

 

programming activity:

Create a class called VideoGameStore that lists 3 items for sale at a video game store.

Declare a price for each item as a double. Use methods to get and set the prices of each item.

 

Create another class VideoGameOrder that has the following in the main()

● instantiates an object

● calls the methods in the first

● Uses arguments to send the prices of each item.

● to make up an order

● lists the items and total the sale

 

Use the Code Formatting technique we are using in class. You can put a line between the two pieces of code, or you can put one on each side of the piece of paper.

Show the results that would come from running the program.

 

Homework:

download and install the Java SDK - Software Developers Kit

Here is a link - http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp

This is the one you will need - JDK 6 Update 3 with Java EE 5 SDK Update 3

You should also try out TextPad - http://www.textpad.com/download/#downloads

There are other developing environments you can use. Test them out and let us know.

 

WeeklyUpdate

Due next class

 

12-18-07

JavaPizza

Test on Classes next class.

When you have the code done, hand it in and study for the test.

 

WeeklyUpdate

Due Friday

 

12-17-07

Instantiation

Get and Set methods

organizing your classes

 

Notes for this set of projects, This file will change as the project progresses ClassesAndObjects.doc

 

here is a sample: SetUpSite.java and EventSite.java

Programming activitity:

Create a class named Pizza.

Data fields include:

String for each of the toppings ("pepperoni", "mushroom", "extra cheese", etc)

an integer for diameter in inches

a double for the price

Include methods to get and set values for each of these fields.

 

Create a class named TestPizza that instantiates one Pizza objects and demonstrates the use of the Pizza set and get methods. The output should show what ingredients the pizza has on it.

 

12-12-07

methods Test

Classes Pretest

Intro to classes

Notes for this set of projects, This file will change as the project progresses ClassesAndObjects.doc

 

 

12-10-07

Handback of Methods test

Code the program in the test?

Classes and Objects pretest

Intro to classes -

Notes for this set of projects, This file will change as the project progresses ClassesAndObjects.doc

 

 

Programming Activity

DogObject

 

12-7-07

Hand back of Methods that return values

WeeklyUpdate Due

Questions on Methods material

 

Methods post test

If you finish early, read or sit quietly.

 

After the test, you can work in Java, C++ or Scratch.

We have a loaner Scratch Board from the South End Technology Center

Scratch Boards - http://scratch.mit.edu/pages/scratchboard

SETC - http://fab.cba.mit.edu/labs/setc/

We will be able to get some more from the MIT Media Lab soon.

 

12-6-07

Methods that return values

 

Due Dates

WeeklyUpdate due next class(friday)

Test on Methods next class(friday)

 

Extra credit - WowWee class on programming the Robosapien Media in java - link

 

 

Programming activity:

Create a program called MyAges.java

initialize these variables:

your birthYear

your hsGraduation (your scheduled graduation year)

your collegeGraduation (pick a graduation year that you would like)

 

Use methods and method calls to do the following:

display myName (no argument)

display myAddress (no argument) use one System.out.println statement with new line and tab escapes to show your address below the prompt and over a bit.

display your age in years (birthYear)

Have the myAge method return your age in years

Have the tilhsGrad method return years to high school graduation

Have the tilCollegeGrad return years to college graduation

 

-12-4-07

hand back of pretest and

CodeFormatting review

mySalary

Methods

 

Programming activity

Use CodeFormatting on your code.

Make a program called MySalary2.java

Change the variable for your salary to $350

Add a variable for promisedRate of 10%

use methods to:

display your name

Display your address. (Use \n escapes to break the information for street, town state and zip like on an envelope.)

Display your raw salary

Calculate your salary with a raise

use the method calls to display the old salary, new salary and rate of increase.

Make a multiple argument call on at least one method.

 

12-3-07

CodeFormatting - Please use this format for your code

Methods with Single Arguments - Creating Methods that Require a Single Argument-1.doc

 

Programming activity

Use the CodeFormatting directions

Write a program MySalary.java with calls to methods that use arguments and don't use arguments.

Include:

  • Display mySalary
  • initialize a variable - double mySalary = 200.00;
  • a method for yourName(no argument) use an escape sequence to separate the display from the prompt line.

 

  • a method call for yourAddress(no argument)
  • a method call for predictRaise with an argument for a double using the variable mySalary
  • a method call for predictRaise with an argument for a constant of 300
  • predictRaise should calculate and display the result of a 10% raise

 

 

 

 

11-29-07

Eggs

Modify your Eggs code

Rename the file and class as Eggs3

You will be adding a bunch of methods.

Compile the code after making each method to see that it works.

Fix any errors and make it work.

If you still can't make a part work, comment it out and keep going.

Come back to it when you have some other parts working.

 

use an EscapeSequence to separate the output of each method

 

Price per dozen is $2

Price per single egg is $.25

 

Change the quantity of eggs in the transaction to 135

Add a method to calculate and display the price per dozen and per egg

Add a method to calculate and display the unit price (how much per egg in the dozen.

Add a method to display your name

Add a method to display your business address, formatted like the return address on an envelope.

Add a method to display your web address, yournameeggs.com

Add a method to display your email address, you@yournameeggs.com

Add a method to display your business philosophy.

 

Call the methods from the main.

Change the order of the method calls so they make sense to the reader.

 

Comment your name into the top of the code.

Comment your results into the bottom of the code.

Hand in your code before the end of the period.

 

 

11-28-07

EscapeSequence

BooleanOperators

Methods - CreatingMethodswithNoArguments.doc

 

Programming activities

Rename the Eggs.java code from yesterday as Eggs2.java.

Change the class to Eggs2

Rewrite the eggs program from yesterday using methods.

Use the value of 173 eggs

Use a method called packagingEggs to do the calculations

Check out EscapeSequence - Use at least one in your print dialog.

create another method for calculating the price of the eggs with a discount for over 5 dozen purchased. $2 1-5 and $1 for more than 5

 

comment your name into the top of the code, and your results into the bottom.


Create a class called Friends and use a nameAndAddress() method in the program to print out a friend’s name and address from this class.

Create a second class called Classmates and call the nameAndAddress() method from the Friends class.


11-27-07

Handback of Variables test

Pretest on Methods, Classes and Objects

 

BooleanOperators

 

Programming activity

 

Create a class named Eggs. Its main() method holds an integer vaiable named numberOfEggs to which you will assign a value. Create a method to which you pass numberOfEggs.

The method displays the eggs in dozens; for example, 50 eggs is 4 full dozen with two left over.

Save the program as Eggs.java.

Comment your name into the top of the code.

Comment your results into the bottom of the code.

 

Print your code and hand it in.

 

11-21-07

Java

If you haven't handed in either of the MakeChange, you should be working in those.

C++

Scratch

 

11-20-07

Hand back of MakeChange2

 

Variables Test

Take test silently

When done, you can program in either C++, Java or Scratch

 

WeeklyUpdate

This week will be included in next week's WeeklyUpdate

Have it ready to go at the start of the last class of next week.

 

11-16-07

Hand back of MakeChange from yesterday

What datatypes work for each variable?

What are some techniques to get to the change?

Finish the code from MakeChange

 

MakeChange2

Agree on a new amount

Get the change portion of the code to work

You can use the same flowchart from yesterday if it works

Include the math on your flowchart

 

Post test Variables

Tuesday by class agreement

similar to pretest

 

11-15-07

Hand back of programs from yesterday

 

Programming exercises:

MakeChange.java

 

Hand in:

Your code with the results commented in after running it.

Your handwritten flowchart

Staple them together before the end of the period.

 

WeeklyUpdate

Due Tomorrow at start of class

 

11-14-07

Questions on Variables

Hand back of Friday's programs

 

 

Programming challenges for today

FahrenheittoCelcius

Show the code working

Make a copy of your code. Name the file FtoCInput.java

Add input to the code to allow user to get a calculation. Use today's temperature for at least one test of the file.

 

Automobile data

In Mr. Connors' car there is a book for keeping track of gas expenses. Use a line of data in the book to create output showing the miles per gallon, cost per mile, and at least one other result of your choice. Call the file Rav4Data.java Show me the result, Print your code.

Here is a link to the data sheet on the car - link

 

use the entry for 10-14-07

10-14

91353 miles on odometer

283.8 miles travelled

13.4 gallons

$36.17 cost

$2.69 per gallon

 

 

11-9-07

Go over math portion of Variables Challenge

Hand back of yesterday's Programming activity

 

Arithmetic in Java

http://dhsjava.pbwiki.com/f/java-Arithmetic.doc

 

Programming activities

Do both.

Hand them in before the period ends.

Staple your two codes together.

InitialsVariables

FahrenheitToCentegrade

 

 

11-8-07

go over Variables Challenge

We will not review the entire challenge, so hold onto it for future review and reference. This challenge will be important for studying for the next and future tests.

Java Variables JavaDataNotes-variables.doc

 

Programming activities

ElevatorFitter

Write your code

Comment your name in,

Save and compile your code

Print and hand in your code

 

11-5-07

Return of last week's test

This week's challenge

 

Fix your errors

Make sure you understand what you missed

 

Hangman

What does each group have working?

What can be done with hangman?

What do we need more information on?

 

11-2-07

Test on this week's material

Work on Hangman Components

Next week is math and computation

 

11-1-07

Review for test on Friday

Finish all the activities from Tuesday

Work on Hangman

Use your Java Challenge document to study

If you would like a copy of the notes used for Tuesday, here is a link BeginningJavaNotes.doc

 

10-30-07

Java Notes

Process

Class

Methods

Statements

Arguments

println()method

System.out.println():

The Rules of Naming a Class

Readablity in code

Comments in code

 

Activities

  1. Go through yesterdays challenge and correct your mistakes. Ask if you have further questions
  2. Using the Labelled My First App program, label the components of your Name program from the challenge
  3. Writhe , compile and test a program that prints your intitials using standart output in letters that are nine lines tall. Save the program as Initial.java. Each letter should be made up of a bunch of *'s
  4. For today's hand in grade: Turn in the labelled name code and initial code
  5. There will be a test on the material on the challenge, notes and name, pumpkin and initial programs on Friday.

 

When you are complete with the above, you should work in your groups on the HangMan project.

 

 

10-29-07

Java Test #1

This is an individual test

Do not use the internet to find the answers

Answer the questions to the best of your ability

Code the two programs one at a time, have Mr. Connors check it before going on

Print the code before moving on

When you are done with the test, return to the HangMan program

 

Hangman

Each group has a division of responsibilities

Each person's responsibilities should result in several .java codes

You will probably need to break up each problem into smaller, solveable problems.

Make incremental progress

 

10-25-07

HangMan

  • Work the plan from last class.
  • As parts get tested and complete, complile them and post them
  • Combine the elements you have into one piece of code
  • Test the code and make it work
  • Use comments to help the other people using your code understand what it is doing.
  • Look at examples of other hangman games to see features you want to add
  • Each group should hand in their responsibilities list this period
  • Show which items are done with the date and person responsible

 

Links

Here are some links that might be useful to look at:

This one is neat because it has a listing of all the methods it uses on the left tied to the line of code on the right. http://www.koders.com/java/fid676EEB0D4BCD75BA646A19E8D9E3C8B2AB48FB6A.aspx

 

These two hangman games seem to use the same code. They have different pictures and use different word lists.

http://www.ianktaylor.clara.net/hang.html

http://www.ianktaylor.clara.net/harrypotter.html

 

This one is creative commons, has some interesting approaches Where is the word list? - http://kickjava.com/src/hangman/Game.java.htm

 

Here is a java applet that hangs a penguin - http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~hkl4487/applets/hangman.html

Here is one that has an example and the code

game, might not load - http://www.homepages.uel.ac.uk/bas4982v/hangman.htm

code, lots of comments, probably more complicated than we can use. - http://www.homepages.uel.ac.uk/bas4982v/HmanSource.htm

This one uses the penguin one from above - http://javaboutique.internet.com/Hangman/

 

WeeklyUpdate

Due at the start of class

Next week you will do EndofTermUpdate

 

10-24-07

meet with the groups

identify areas of strength

use the flowchart we made yesterday to get a better understanding of the program.

Use the text list we made yesterday to get a better understanding of the program.

break the task into manageable parts

use notepad or another text editor to write the code.

Include comments in your code identifying who created the code.

Add info to your wiki showing what you do each day.

 

Group organization

Elect a leader for the group

assign tasks to each member

Make a written record of what each person's responsibilities will be.

write up the task assignments

As pieces of code come together, compile them and combine them.

 

OOP

Ultimately, we will need to do this as object oriented programming OOP

In OOP, each person will be responsible for a couple of classes, which will be used by a controlling class.

have somebody in the group look into OOP and see how it fits in to the project.

 

Goals

By the end of the term we need to have

each group's versions of a working hangman program

The program should work initially as pieces of code, probably one piece that all functions

Each group needs to create a set of classes that can each handle the various parts

The classes are objects, which will make the program modular and easier to maintain.

Make the program the absolute best it can be for the amount of time we have to work on it.

 

10-23-07

Hangman and helpscreen

How does the program work?

What solutions to the problem did the group come up with?

Emphasis on programming and java

 

http://dhscompsci.pbwiki.com/FlowChartProgramming

Flowchart for decisionmaking

Flowchart for programming

Use the shapes in Open Office to make a flow chart of a process

Use the shapes in Open office to make a flow chart for a program we have done.

Save the picture on your wiki

 

 

 

10-18-07 and 10-19-07

HelpScreen

Code the sample

 

Help2Screen

In this code, there are several items added to the original HelpScreen code

It uses a do-while loop for user input, and handles the responses with a switch.

Do each section separately, make the code work.

 

HangMan

create a hangman game using the code and concepts that we have used this term.

 

Maker Faire

Mr. Connors is in Austin at the Maker Faire - http://www.makerfaire.com/ Check out the website, see what is going on. Watch the Make Magazine blog - http://www.makezine.com/blog/ and see what is going on.

 

 

10-16-07

NumberGuess

Code the sample

Make it work

Make it more winnable and entertaining.

Create interactivity with your user.

 

Add this idea to one of the other programs you have written, such as the PhraseOmatic code

 

10-14-07

KeyBoardInput

Code the sample

Make it work

Make it recieve more than one charactar

Add this code to one of the programs we have already worked on

Create interactivity with your user.

 

When you have KeyBoardInput worked out, try HelpScreen

 

http://makerfaire.com/

http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2007/10/the_future_is_maker_faire.html

 

 

 

10-12-07

Seniors

IF: get today's assignments done before you leave for senior breakfast

hand in today's assignment

ELSE: Do today's assignments for homework

hand the assignments in at start of next period

 

WeeklyUpdate

Due at start of period

Hand it in

 

PhraseOmatic

Code the sample

Make it work

customize the code

Add an entry to your DailyLog about the code

Explain what the code is doing

What is new about this code?

 

DailyLog

Print a copy of your DailyLog from today to 9-27

Don't include entries before 9-27

Put three horizontal dashes above today's entry --- This will make a line

Use the line to keep track of when you last handed in the assignment

 

 

 

10-10-07

BeerSong

Code the Example

make it work

Customize the program/ make it better

 

Would you like to make a custom designed vinyl sticker?

These stickers can be used as signs, bumperstickers or as the stencil for

custom tshirts. The process is pretty quick and fun.

If this sounds interesting, come see Mr. Connors in Room 136 after school.

 

WeeklyUpdate - Due Friday for last week and this week.

 

10-9-07

FibonacciJava

Code the example

Make it work

How can you customize the program/make it better?

 

Would you like to make a custom designed vinyl sticker?

These stickers can be used as signs, bumperstickers or as the stencil for

custom tshirts. The process is pretty quick and fun.

If this sounds interesting, come see Mr. Connors in Room 136 after school.

 

WeeklyUpdate - Due Friday for last week and this week.

 

10-3-07

WeeklyUpdate - Next Week will include both weeks.

FizzBuzz2

code the example

make it work

See how you can make it behave like the first Fizzbuzz

This uses Switch.

Here is some info on the Switch - http://www.leepoint.net/notes-java/flow/switch/switch-general.html

 

10-2-7

FizzBuzz

commenting out lines of code to see what they do

Change the phrases

Change the multiples

Change the display

Can we have it look for prime numbers?

Push the limits of this program

Share what you come up with with your classmates

Help each other through any blocks

Record your results on your DailyLog

Save your code to your wiki

 

10-1-07

WeeklyUpdate

Eat your dinner first

FizzBuzz

JavaProblemSolve

 

9-27-07

Kjell

kjell Jave 8 - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/Notes/chap08/ch08_1.html

8 programming exercises - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/Notes/chap08/progExercises08.html

code each of the programming exercises. Make them work, test the limits of the code.

 

Follow the notes around the programming exercises. check back with the chapter to get clarification.

 

When you have coded all the versions of the programming exercises and feel you understand the limits of the Primitive Data Types, feel free to move to Chapter 9. http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/Notes/chap09/ch09_1.html

 

Maintain your daily log to show what you are doing, and to make note of any problems you have.

 

WeeklyUpdate

You should hand in your WeeklyUpdate.


9-26-07

KJell

kjell Jave 8 - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/Notes/chap08/ch08_1.html

8 programming exercises - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/Notes/chap08/progExercises08.html

code each of the programming exercises. Make them work, test the limits of the code.

 

Two command windows

You can use one command window for editing, and one for file access.

 

DailyLog

Make an entry for today at the top of your DailyLog

Keep track of your efforts in the DailyLog.

Explain what you have learned and problems you have in the DailyLog.

 

Save your files to your wiki as you work

You can save the classes as well as the .java code

 

This week you will need to do a WeeklyUpdate for Thursday at the start of class.

 

 

9-24-07

Kjell java 6 - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/Notes/chap06/ch06_1.html

Kjell java 7 - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/Notes/chap07/ch07_1.html

Kjell toc - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/cs151java.html

Programming environments - dos editor, notepad, word, What are the differences?

For now, you should be hand coding the programs in the dos editor.

Create a DailyLog

Use the DailyLog to keep track of the work that you do

Save copies of the code that you write and the classes you create

Make links from your DailyLog page to them

Make written notes of the things you discover as you do the day's work.

Keep track of questions and problems you encounter as you do the day's work.

 

9-21-07

kjell java - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/cs151java.html

 

Chapter 5 - http://chortle.ccsu.edu/CS151/Notes/chap05/ch05_1.html

Can we see what the bytecode looks like?

 

saving files on your wiki - accessing them from home/school

making a record of what you program

getting help

Create a Links** section on your FrontPage - Put a link to kjell, and any other java related tutorials you think might be useful.

WeeklyUpdate

 

9-19-07

Load java sdk

Kjell java

Steven's games

Steven's Links

HelloWorld

 

 

9-17-07

Remembering Steve

JavaPersonalPlan

 

Local organization looking fr some web design - intersted?

 

Engineering club meeting next Tuesday afternoon This year's focus will be on creating a Fab Lab with computer controlled tools.

 

9-17-07

Remembering Steve

JavaPersonalPlan

 

9-13-07

Present topics to the group

Discussion of Java - What can it do? What are its differences from C++?

Plan out approach to remainder of the term

JavaPersonalPlan

 

9-12-07

Hand back of research.

Present topics to the group

Discussion of Java - What can it do? What are its differences from C++?

Plan out approach to remainder of the term

 

9-11-07

Robotics/science club meeting this afternoon in room 234 with Mrs. Lewis

JavaTopics

check the handback from last class

Respond to the notes on the handback in todays research/writing.

Gather more information

How does your topic relate to the needs of programmers in java?

You should have at least 5-10 links to valid information about your topic

You should have at least 5-10 paragraphs of your own writing about your topic.

 

Next class we will begin presenting to the group

 

9-7-07

JavaTopics

Select topics, no more than two people can work on the same topic. People who are both working on the same topic need to collaborate and share information.

The purpose of this assignment is to gather a lot of information about java quickly. We will need to get this info together to be presented to the whole group.

 

JavaHelloWorld

 

9-6-07

Structure of course

JavaTopics

Possible topic on Game Design

 

9-3-07

Intro to course

Intro to assignments

Welcome back from summer!

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