./CG_hw6 -a 40 -c 275 -d 275 -j 175 -k 55 -o 350 -p 425 -L 0.177 > hw6_g.xpm
Here is the XPM image file.
3. Grading Scheme
- HW3 options correct : 0.5 point
- Parsing input file correct : 1 point
- Incremental curve segments correct : 1 point
- Bezier curve evaluation/drawing correct : 2.5 points
4. Submission Guidelines:
- Assignments must be submitted via Bb Learn.
- README file: explain the features of
your program, language and OS used, compiler or interpreter used,
name of file containing main(), and how to compile/link your program.
Text files only. Word and PDF documents will NOT be accepted.
- All source code. Your code must compile and run
on tux (Linux).
- You may program in any language you like as long it can produce
a usable executable on tux.
- Your program will be run by the TA. Please do
NOT submit any image files, Visual C++ project files, or anything not requested
in this section. Your program must run on tux without the
installation of "special" libraries.
- Makefile: have the default
rule compile your program. Jar file, if using java.
- If you are using a language that doesn't produce an executable file,
e.g. python, then be sure to include a script called CG_hw6 that
accepts arguments and prints XPM to standard out.
- Points will be deducted if submission guidelines are not followed.
- Further details about Bb Learn
- You can reach Bb Learn through DrexelOne.
- Choose Computer Graphics among your list of courses. There is an "assignments" link in
the left frame which will give you the list of assignments in the right frame.
- Click on the assignment you wish to submit.
- Find your file and click Upload button.
- Hit Submit button. DO NOT FORGET TO HIT THE SUBMIT BUTTON AFTER YOU UPLOAD ALL YOUR FILES.
NOTE: Your source code for all programming assignments will be run through
a plagiarism detection system. This program uses compiler techniques which
are invariant of syntax and style. If you are sharing code with other classmates,
you will get caught. Please refer to the student
handbook for actions that will be taken.
Last modified on December 3, 2015.