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Re: [ProgSoc] bent over and ...
On Wed, 24 May 2000, Dr. Love wrote:
> um, i recently sold my PSDA (that's that OO programming in Eiffel
> subject) partnership for the princely sum of $25. That is to say, that we
> are allowed to do the assignment in pairs, and hence being naturally
> pretty good at programming (atleast as first years are concerned) i has a
> number of people wishing to be my partner, thus it was sold.
Foolish. If there was no money involved, no one would be asking
questions. If your lecturer was really wanting to have his way, you could
have failed the subject, for academic misconduct. How much does PSDA cost
a student now-a-days? $600 plus? Seems you scored a bargain :P
> I did the code, and my partner did all the krappy class diagrams, and the
> stuff that i felt was truly beneath my dignity etc. </smartarse>
Pfft. We've got a bright one here. A real spark.
You're in first year; you don't know everything. Yes, those diagrams may
seem 'krappy', but they obviously serve some kind of purpose.
> ...any ways, now to the interesting part... our 'beloved'
> </////////////////////////sarcasm> robert rist found out about this, and
> has thus given both me, and my partner a mark of ZERO.
Did it ever occur to you that Robert might be subscribed to this list? I
know a number of staff who are - best tone it down a little.
> Naturally, i am appealing, and was wondering if anyone knows of any
> university legislation, that i should know about, before getting myself
> thoroughly entrenched in an appeal.
Student's Association are your friends.
> as for the brick, how about "robert rist" used with a number of
Wow. How typical.
vi is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall font.
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