kennwanze
  • kennwanze
Hi guys. Does anyone know how to submit problem sets. I just concluded my first and I'm lost on how to submit it. Thank you.
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
edx class? 2008? 2011?
kennwanze
  • kennwanze
Sorry in pretty new here sl I have not idea what edx means. But I'm taking an oca course in electrical engineering and computer science. I'm on unit 1. But there is 2011 somewhere in my course description
anonymous
  • anonymous
there are three different 'versions' of the MIT 6.00 class and people 'taking' all of them post here. fall 2008, spring 2011 and eDX 600x. They are all essentially the same content but the problem set order and details differ a bit for the 2008 and 2011 OCW classes, there is no place to actually submit .your work. you can post it here if you want peer criticism or need help. please use a code pasting site: http://dpaste.com http://pastebin.com http://pastie.org http://codepad.org http://ideone.com select Python syntax highlighting on those sites for problems/questions with long programs give line number references pls. ex.: http://dpaste.com/810937/

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