Academic Honesty Policy:
The purpose of assignments in this class is to help students learn key ideas in programming languages. Some (not all) assignments require a certain insight, or at least careful analysis, that is much harder to generate or perform than to merely replicate. We believe that doing it for yourself, though much harder, is the only way to truly understand that insight or analysis.
Having said that, we also want you to be able to work with each other, learning from one another's successes and failures. Therefore, we will permit you to discuss assignments with your classmates (in addition to the course staff). Note that you may only discuss possible approaches; you may not share answers, unless explicitly permitted by the assignment.
What's an answer? We consider it to be any key insight, technique or piece of code without which the assignment seems difficult but with which the assignment becomes solvable or routine. This includes literal code and text. Obviously, this concept is impossible to define precisely, so you'll have to use your discretion. If in doubt, ask us first before you share so you may avoid trouble later!