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README

You are expected to turn in a README.txt file with your source code for every project except the last one. The README file is to give users insight into what your code does and how to use it. For example, it lets the graders and Professor know how to compile and run your code. It is also a good way to remind yourself of the details when you want to reuse your code later.

A single README file serves for all source code in your submission, including both C and the selected languages if there are coding tasks for them. The README should contain the following information.

You can use this README template.

To check whether you've made your README file clear, you may ask yourself the following questions:

Report

Your wiki report is the main platform for your selected languages in CS333. The final product of this writing should be a tutorial for your selected languages. A good tutorial should be easy to read and understand, which makes the organization and content of your write-up important. Think about writing this for your future self when you have to go back and pick up this language again.

To check whether you've made your report easy to read and understand, you may ask yourself the following questions: