CS 106B: Programming Abstractions - SCPD - Stanford University.
For Spring 2020, you will not be able to use late days for Homework 4 and final project report because these items are due on the last day assignments can be submitted due to Stanford policy. Honor Code; We strongly encourage students to form study groups. Students may discuss and work on homework problems in groups. However, each student must.
All students will be given two no-questions-asked late periods, but only one late period can be used per-homework and no late periods can be used for submission related to the final project. A late-period lasts from the original deadline until the day before the next class (so if an assignment is due on Thursday the late period goes to the next Monday at 11:59pm).
All students (non-SCPD and SCPD) should submit their assignments electronically via GradeScope. Students can typeset or scan their homeworks. Simply sign up on the gradescope website and use the course code MBDY2M. Please use your Stanford email and ID number if possible. Do not put code in your GradeScope submission. Also, please make sure to.
A: If you are a regular (non-SCPD) student and need to submit your homework assignment outside class, there is a submission cabinet in the Gates building, near the east entrance. You can find a photo of it here. Please do not email your homework to us.
Submission Instructions Assignment Submission Include a signed agreement to the Honor Code with this assign-ment. Assignments are due at 11:59pm.
For remote SCPD students: Please email the TAs with your email address, the email address of your SCPD monitor if you have one, and which day you would like to take the exam. We will email a pdf which you should print, complete, scan as a PDF, and email back to the TAs. We will email you with confirmation of receipt so hold on to your exam until you receive confirmation. Note that if you are.
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