Lab Assignment 1 Regrade Instructions
Lab 1 has been graded and the grades have been emailed to each student.
For Lab 1 only, you may resubmit your program under the following
conditions: (read: Only resubmissions allowed for Labs 2, 3, and 4
will be for *very* small coding/compiling errors.)
- Without the aid of anyone else, you may modify the two files
you submitted originally:
- You are eligible to receive a maximum of one-half of the
points you lost. Your additional points will be added to your original
Thus, if your original grade was a 50, and your resubmission is
perfect, you will recieve an additional 25 points for a total grade of
The following formula will be used to determine your final grade for lab #1 if
you submit your lab for a regrade:
Final grade = original grade + (regrade_score - original grade)/2
- You must name your files according to the naming
convention described in (1) above for the names of the two files.
Note that if you will have to submit both the files for a regrade. So even if
only your assembly language program is changed, you will have to resubmit
your assembler also.
- You may submit your new files anytime starting Friday
September 30 5:00pm until Sunday October 3 11:59pm.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL FILES SUBMITTED AFTER THE
ABOVE DATES BE CONSIDERED FOR A REGRADE. THERE IS NO GRACE PERIOD.
- You should submit your files using the submit-ee360n
Please compile and test your program before submitting, on any ECE
linux machine (linux01 - linux16.ece.utexas.edu). This is the
platform we will be using to test your program. If your new files
generate compile errors or segmentation faults, your regrade_score
will be 0 (for that part).
Please make sure that your program takes command line arguments. If it
doesn't we will not be giving partial credit for your
regrade_score. In order words, if it fails during the automated
grading, you will not get partial credit for your regrade score.