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 UWA week 39 (2nd semester, week 9) ↓
SVG not supported 5:39am Wed 27th Sep, Christopher M.

Details of the 2nd project are available from https teaching.csse.uwa.edu.au units CITS2002 projects project2.php Please post requests for clarification about any aspect of the project to help2002 so that all students may remain equally informed. S...


SVG not supported 5:14am Sun 24th Sep, Christopher M.

You may find a copy of the 1st project's sample solution from https teaching.csse.uwa.edu.au units CITS2002 projects myscheduler-solution.c Please review the sample; it's written with (only) arrays and structures, and (as promised) does not employ ...



SVG not supported 10:26pm Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Found a partner (Original poster)


SVG not supported 9:50pm Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Looking for a project partner, I am on campus Monday to Friday, most of the time I can go to the labs. My email is 237 9 5 t d n . w . d . u


SVG not supported 8:26pm Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hi everybody, I am also looking for a partner for this project. Chuck us an email at 232 0 2 t d n . w . d . u i o ' i e t o k t g t e ...


SVG not supported 7:11pm Wed 27th Sep, Oliver C.

Hi, I have found a partner


SVG not supported 6:17pm Wed 27th Sep, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote As you'll see in Monday's lecture, or if you read ahead, the getopt() function detects such problems, but it'll be up to your code to report any errors.


SVG not supported 5:18pm Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hey everyone ) I'm looking for a partner for project 2. I am at the uni on Wednesday afternoon and I am willing to meet up online via Teams Zoom etc on days that we can arrange. I am looking to start planning the assignment as soon as possible so it w...


SVG not supported 5:15pm Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hey everyone ) I'm looking for a partner for project 2. I am at the uni on Wednesday afternoons and would also be willing to meet online via Teams Zoom etc on days we can arrange. I would like to start planning for this assignment as soon as possible ...


SVG not supported 4:11pm Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Can we assume that the input for the options will always be provided with somewhat valid inputs such as for -i and -o are they guaranteed to have the patterns after? Or are we expected to show an error to say that proper arguments havent been provide...


SVG not supported 3:36pm Wed 27th Sep, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote The function strdup() has never been defined in a C standard, until its appearance in the new C23 standard (though why release it on 1st April ?) https www.open-std.org jtc1 sc22 wg14 www docs n3096.pdf But strdup() has ...


SVG not supported 3:16pm Wed 27th Sep, Christopher M.

The file dirA a b c thing1 will be copied to dirB a b c thing1 if - dirB a b c thing1 does not exist, or - dirA a b c thing1 is newer than dirB a b c thing1 If a file is renamed, we have no record of what its original name was, and the contents of...


SVG not supported 2:13pm Wed 27th Sep, Jacob R.

When trying to sync files between two locations, how do we determine whether one file should overwrite another? There's obviously the base case, where you just change the contents of a file "thing1" and simply overwrite its copy in the other director...


SVG not supported 11:36am Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hello, If someone is looking for a partner for the project, please let me know, we can get started on it ASAP. My email id is 236 4 2 t d n . w . d . u Thanks


SVG not supported 10:53am Wed 27th Sep, Oliver C.

Morning all, I am looking for a partner for the second project who is keen to get started on the project early (This week if possible). If you are interested, feel free to message me at 234 3 2 t d n . w . d . u i p y o e w i e i s c p n t e o h r...


SVG not supported 10:46am Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hi if you would like to partner up for the second project contact me on 22964473. I can attend Thursday and Friday workshops.


SVG not supported 10:03am Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

In the recent lab I was attempting to use strdup() and compiling with the normal compilation command and the compiler was not recognising strdup() as a valid standard C function. I believe we are required to use it in this next project, how are we me...


SVG not supported 7:00am Wed 27th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hello, looking for a project partner for the new project released. Please contact me at 228 9 0 t d n . w . d . u r w s n t r c g i i g s r u ( s a v l d s a d r u c i n e i v e a e r q i e o u e i n t i e t p o e t o r e m ...


SVG not supported 10:39am Tue 26th Sep, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote Firstly (as we're discussing C), we speak of functions, not methods. Header files should contain globally-required preprocessor tokens and macros, and declarations of functions and variables. These simply inform the files that in...


SVG not supported 10:29am Tue 26th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hello, I was just curious about what the conventions for writing a header file are (i.e., what is acceptable what isn't)? For example, is it unconventional to write more than just variable declarations within a header file. If I write a method within ...


SVG not supported 4:25am Sun 24th Sep, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote Hello, Our 1st project was originally due 5pm Fri 15th Sept, and submissions closed 7 days later, at 5pm 22nd Sept, to account for all students with approved extensions. Did you attempt to submit your project after that Friday deadline...


SVG not supported 4:09am Sun 24th Sep, Christopher M.

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