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At every exercise we look at the task at hand for current week. By doing each task in advance you can gain one activity point. In order to get the activity point you have to commit your work into course subversion repository if a coding example is used. Some subtasks are only “theoretical” questions which you'll have to be ready to answer. The tasks will be checked out from the SVN right before the exercises.
At the beginning of each exercise you should mark to the list what subtasks you've done. For each subtask a person is selected to explain the solution and to receive criticism from others.
Another activity point per exercise comes from general activity (participate in discussions, comment the code others have made etc.)
The implementation of the tasks do not have to be complete and fully correct but it would be good, although not mandatory, if the code compiles and it can be demonstrated.
Code must be, however, clear and understandable by others. So it is preferred you use names that define the actual meaning of the variable/function.
Put the codes into the SVN:
- Into folder named
Ex<n>under your student number
- E.g. Exercise 5 tasks go into
- You can demonstrate all in one file or use multiple smaller snippets