Generally, work will be submitted electronically by:
For textbook and other non-programming assignments, name your submission according to the following pattern:
<username>_<assignment>.<ext>For example, consider a student named Jane Smith with a GFU email address of firstname.lastname@example.org; her username is jsmith15. When submitting some "Assignment 7" assignment, she would name her file jsmith15_Assignment7.pdf.
Unless otherwise specified, programs will be submitted as plain-text source code (typically via version control) and non-programming assignments will be submitted as a single PDF file. For non-programming assignments consisting of multiple files, solutions will be submitted as a ZIP archive. No handwritten work will be accepted unless explicitly requested as part of a specific assignment.
For non-programming assignments, ensure that you include the following in each file you submit in an appropriate header or title page format:
For programming assignments, include your GFU email address in a header comment in each file, using the appropriate tags (e.g., a Javadoc or Doxygen
New assignments are added as the semester progresses. Check back often.
Lab 1: File I/O (10 participation points)
Using the provided landings.py file as a starting point, complete the following:
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