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CSAwesomeSimpleTurtle
gcadiente (0)

Our SimpleTurtle class to practice the various lessons regarding constructors and methods.

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Vandesm14 (2414)

Hey, we've unlisted this for now because it looks fairly low-effort. If you edit the description to add more info and/or add more to the code, reply to this comment and I’m happy to relist it!

gcadiente (0)

@Vandesm14 Hello. Can you please tell me what policy I should be following? I'm not sure why this was pulled. Also, what do you mean by 'fairly low-effort'? Thanks. G

gcadiente (0)

@Vandesm14 I added more to the description too.

Vandesm14 (2414)

@gcadiente The policy we use to evaluate posts is not public. The main aspect we go on is the amount/complexity of code. Because there isn't much code or complexity in the project, it is considered "low-effort".

I'd suggest not posting homework assignments or any other form of project until you get a knack for programming. This will ensure that your posts won't be taken down for "low-effort" as you'd be much more fluent in the act of programming.

gcadiente (0)

@Vandesm14 We're using the CSAwesome curriculum for AP CSA. They sometimes give a link (like this SimpleTurtle) to repl.it to practice certain concepts. This was one they gave us to use. How else should I give the students a link to these files if not through a post? Let me know how you want me to share read only files with students and I'll do it. I'm still trying to figure out all of bells and whistles of your site. Your guidance is appreciated.

Vandesm14 (2414)

@gcadiente You could try using https://repl.it/teams. That would allow you to fork a repl into the team and then you could share the repl with them by giving them the link to the Team's profile. That's the best way I can think of. If that doesn't work for you, feel free to let me know!