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Re: [ProgSoc] HD assignment
On Thu, May 16, 2002 at 08:58:10AM +1000, Gabriela Marcionetti wrote:
> On Thu, 16 May 2002, Glenn wrote:
> > > High Distinction assignment for Object Oriented Programming
> > > (subject# 31465) in the first year undergrad degree programs
> > > B. I.T. and B. Sc. I.T / Dip. I.T. ProfPrac. its one of the
> > > subjects in the degree program i'm in. we learn java. java is
> > > fun. so is waiting 5 minutes for ultra 5 sun machines to
> > > compile code in that terrible excuse for a compiler we have
> > > to use called blue-j. meh. anyway hope that clears up u'r question.
> > Not really. What's an High Distinction assignment, and what happens if
> > you fail it? Do you call it a Fail assignment?
> I agree gleNN. An assignment is an assignment, regardless of what you get
> in it. Andi, all you needed to say was "I have a java assignment to
> do". I assume that when you say "HD Assignment" you are refering to the
> result you would like to get for it. Or possibly the result that you got
> in a previous assignment for the same subject. Anyway, sorry for the
> cynicism Andi, but its before 9 am :)
It could be that you must complete the assignment to get an HD for the
subject, or that successful completion guarantees you an HD. In which
case it's good to see that the wacky grading schemes which previously
could only be found in electives have made the move to core subjects
The homicide photographer forgot to turn his flash on.
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