Please make sure all submissions are anonymous.
We will use Gradescope for assignment submission and grading. We will post instructions on EdStem. Please make sure you follow those instructions!
All work will be due by 11:59pm US/Eastern of the indicated day.
The following schedule is tentative.
Please check again once classes begin.
Wed, Sep 8
Fri, Sep 10
Sat, Sep 11
Tue, Sep 14
Wed, Sep 15
Sun, Sep 19
Mon, Sep 20
Wed, Sep 22
Fri, Sep 24
Tue, Sep 28
Wed, Sep 29
Thu, Sep 30
Fri, Oct 1
Wed, Oct 6
Thu, Oct 7
Thu, Oct 14
Sun, Oct 17
Wed, Oct 20
Thu, Oct 21
Tue, Oct 26
Wed, Oct 27
Thu, Nov 4
Sun, Nov 7
Sat, Nov 13
Sun, Nov 14
Thu, Nov 18
Sun, Nov 21
Thu, Dec 2
Fri, Dec 3
Sun, Dec 5
If “Late?” says “no”, you cannot use any late days on this assignment.
For assignments marked “group”, you must work with at least one partner. You cannot repeat a partner across non-simultaneous “group” assignments.
The course homeworks will be programmed in Pyret,Please program according to the Pyret Style Guide. unless indicated otherwise. Pyret is a reasonably large language with many libraries, some of which reproduce functionality (like basic data structures) that we are asking you to create in this course. This can lead to some confusion about what you are and aren’t allowed to use from the language. Each assignment provides information about this when necessary, but in general, the following rules apply:
You can always use the computational core of the language: basic constants, functions, higher-order functions, and composition.
You can always construct your own new data definitions, unless explicitly stated otherwise.
You are allowed to use builtin functions for the following datatypes unless explicitly stated otherwise:
Numbers (functions such as num-abs, num-max)
Strings (functions such as string-to-number, string-length)
Booleans (functions such as not)
You are allowed to use the following libraries unless explicitly stated otherwise:
You should not use any other built-in functions or libraries unless an assignment explicitly permits you to. When in doubt, ask.
You may not use variables (var) or mutate objects (!) unless explicitly permitted to by an assignment.