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How to submit bigger assignments?

Rory Lynch
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Hi

What is the preferred method for submitting an assignment if your solution consists of more than one class?

Do you still submit it in a single email?

How would you indicate that in your solution you compiled seperate files?


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Marilyn de Queiroz
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both in the same email. I always put each class into its own file, unless it is a nested (or inner) class. I suggest you do the same, but we don't nitpick that unless you tell us that you combined more than one class into a file.


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Rory Lynch
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Thanks Marilyn,
 
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