Final marks submitted ... just in time.
Congratulations to Florencia Irena and Yukai Miao for awesome performances.
Honourable mentions to Guannan Lin and Karl Krauth.
There's no need to send grovelling emails that you forgot to submit and you're worried about failing.
Much as I'd like to fail people who can't read simple instructions ...
What I always do with online exams (which I thought I'd mentioned in the lecture) is grab the submitted version (if any), the non-submitted version or the version in the Desktop, and choose the best-looking one for marking.
Lucky for some of you ...
But despite this ... only 26/102 people made a reasonable attempt at Q1 ... another 15 scraped a pass ... a further 28 submitted hopeless (generally non-compiling) programs ... and 33 didn't even attempt the question. Given that you were supposed to be competent C programmers at the start of the course, and given that the question should have been simple from your knowledge of Assignment 2, I wonder ...
Bring a pen. Bring your student card. Nothing else is required/allowed.
Get a good night's rest. Allow plenty of time to reach the labs by 8.45.
I'm "off the air" now for a while. I'll be at the exam tomorrow, but away after that, until early next week, at which point I will start marking your exams and finish marking your assignments.