PLEASE NOTE: the upgrades to this server, secure.csse.uwa.edu.au, have not yet been completed.
Hopefully the changes will be completed on THURSDAY 8th December.
Web-based programs, such as csmarks, cssubmit, and the help fora, will be unavailable at some time on Thursday 8th.
  It's UWAweek 49

help2002

This forum is provided to promote discussion amongst students enrolled in CITS2002 Systems Programming.
Please consider offering answers and suggestions to help other students! And if you fix a problem by following a suggestion here, it would be great if other interested students could see a short "Great, fixed it!"  followup message.

Displaying the 2 articles in this topic
Showing 2 of 919 articles.
Currently 4 other people reading this forum.


 UWA week 37 (2nd semester, week 7) ↓
SVG not supported

Login to reply

👍?
helpful
2:49pm Thu 15th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hi there, In the sample solution, if you put in an estimates file like so: # format: command-name minutes weekly-backup 8. word daily-backup 1 send-monthly-newsletter 1 submit-project 1 deep-thought 6 It doesn't say anything about line 2 being invalid, should we follow this? mine currently catches the error as it doesn't follow the format but I can change to just pick up the number part if that's what is wanted? thanks


SVG not supported

Login to reply

👍?
helpful
4:01pm Thu 15th Sep, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote:
> In the sample solution, if you put in an estimates file like so: > > # format: command-name minutes > weekly-backup 8. word
You're correct; that line should be checking for exactly 2 words, and not accepting 3. Sample now corrected. But don't spend all of your available time looking for these (relatively insignificant) cases; focus on bigger aspects of the project, such as correctly simulating the execution of the commands over the month.

The University of Western Australia

Computer Science and Software Engineering

CRICOS Code: 00126G
Written by [email protected]
Powered by history
Feedback always welcome - it makes our software better!
Last modified  1:17AM Sep 14 2022
Privacy policy