We will be following a variation of these guidelines
I have posted the details on Piazza. However, for archival's sake...
The first submission requires a
that supports Part 1, as well as drawings for the next
For 30 points, make simple drawings that illustrate how the following functions described below are meant
to work, namely, bst::iterator::operator++() which implements a single step for an inorder traversal, and
bst::lower_bound(key) and bst::upper_bound(key) which find nodes that bracket a search range for a given key,
i.e., lower_bound ≤ key < upper_bound. Add a few succinct sentences to explain each drawing. These drawings
are meant for you to think about functionality before you think about code. That is, you can't code what you
don't understand, and you don't understand what you can't explain. This makes you understand and explain.
Canvas lets us view document/image files without even having to download them, which speeds up grading drastically.
As such, I have removed the "tar" file restriction for Part 1.
So here's the deal... for Submission 1
, submit 2 files:
- A TAR file containing
- A document/image file containing your sketch. If you need more than one file for this, that's fine.
What formats do we take? Since it's a drawing, we'll take image formats such as JPG, PNG, GIF. Concerning document files,
we'll take formats such as DOC/DOCX and PDF. In both cases, we don't care what the filename is, only the file
The only file with a strict name requirement is
, inside a TAR, just like all normal
If that wasn't clear, behold the following valid submission:
Another valid submission:
Files that can't be open (either due to corruption or other various reasons) will be treated as an invalid submission,
resulting in the 25 points for that portion being lost. Failure to open a TAR for code won't result in a 0, but it will
result in a 15 point penalty.
This one is much easier. It's the usual.
UNIX> tar -cvf lab6_2.tar BST.h