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I just completed the exercises in Handout 1. Where do I turn in my completed file?

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I have the same question where do I go to turn in home work ?
For Mooc?
Nothing is turned in as far as I have read. I am sure this is self study with support from others here and the email group.

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You can post it here for us to check if you want. Though hopefully most people want to learn, not to copy.
In one of the previous emails you were encouraged to share your work with your email study group. No one will be grading your work. You are your own mentor here but you can share and ask questions all you want to make sure you've done it right!
At this early stage, peer review is maybe not so important unless you are a complete programming beginner. Later, with more complicated assignment, peer review is a good way to get new ideas and code constructs/tips for improving your code.
Thanks for all of your responses to my inquiry.

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