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We will be submitting all assignments as submodules. I will provide a GitHub link for the main repository with each assignment. When creating your submodules, use the following naming convention: 
  • lastF0f1f2, e.g. dyrland-weaverJon
  • For multiple person assignments, use the same convention with an _ between names, use the earlier alphabetical name first. e.g. brooksPet_dyrland-weaverJon

Submodule Bonanza!

posted Oct 10, 2019, 7:15 AM by JonAlf Dyrland-Weaver

Add your previous assignments using submodules, please have this done by Saturday morning.

  • Euler: https://github.com/mks65/euler.git
  • Array_swap: https://github.com/mks65/array_swap.git
  • Make: https://github.com/mks65/make.git
  • Strings: https://github.com/mks65/strings.git

Work 01: String Assignment Addendum

posted Oct 6, 2019, 5:02 PM by JonAlf Dyrland-Weaver

  • Look at the two files here: https://github.com/mks65/dwsource/tree/master/strings
    • One is the main.c file I used to test my own string functions. If you had trouble with your string tests, look at this and update your own tests.
    • The other is the makefile. Notice the run and clean targets. Makefiles targets don't actually need dependencies, and the rules can be any series of shell commands. It is common for makefiles to have targets that serve similar purposes to run and clean. Run is especially helpful since I will be able to test all your work by doing the following:
      • $ make
      • $ make run
    • Please update your makefiles to at least contain a run target.

Work 00

posted Sep 4, 2019, 9:40 AM by JonAlf Dyrland-Weaver

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