Has anybody attempted the last question in the 4th assignment, it deals with a fully synchronised stack with guarded suspension. I have implemented the stack just how they have explained in the textbook example (difference is that they explain it with a queue). My stack however is not functioning so well, continually getting array index out of bounds exceptions (implemented array-based stack). I must say that the other assignments for this subject were quite a joke compared to this one, pretty crazy to leave all this in-depth subject matter until right at the end.
It remains to be seen whether or not this holds with the new ruling on examination admission.
If it does hold, I'll be re-doing COS214 next year. I have just got too many projects going on at work to spend time on this now.
I am correct when I say that we still have tomorrow to hand in, right?
I have skimped on some of the stuff that seemed like a lot of effort that didn't have any direct relation to the actual work that was being tested, 7-2 and 7-6 for example. (I will gloss over those tonight.)
I did spend a lot of time on threading, probably because I find it so damn interesting...
And I'm still waiting for my Ass 3 results, so I don't know what my year mark situation is. (Should be fine - 83 credits without ass 3.)
Good luck to all who are planning an all nighter tonight.
The target date for the assignment is tomorrow, so yes, you can do it on MyUnisa till just before midnight. Another idea is that you hand it in at 1 of the Unisa post boxes which they will only empty on Monday morning anyway, so you can buy some time that way.....
Ummm, I submitted my assignment last night after deciding that I'd had enough of it and was happy with my attempt ... I just checked myUNISA out of interest now and I see that the status for this assignment is 'Closed' where usually it would say 'Resubmit' after an assignment was submitted, I hope I'm seeing things ...