dcnick96 wrote:Review the "Using the seed command" section of the procedures. It explains there.
AgentD1 wrote:dcnick96 wrote:Review the "Using the seed command" section of the procedures. It explains there.
Do you have any actual URLs? I can't find anything with just a google search...
dcnick96 wrote:Where are you seeing the project recommend you basing your some of your program off of the winning ones? It discusses you comparing your results to the winning scores, but I didn't see a recommendation to base your program off of the winning ones. You probably won't find the winning code on the internet, as that would provide an unfair advantage to those competing in future competitions, like yourself. If you do a simple Google search of "nanorg science project," you will find some discussions from other students and their scores. You can compare your scores to that.
I noticed the link to more information on the contest is a broken link. We will report that. We apologize for any confusion that may have caused.
dcnick96 wrote:You're welcome. Good luck, and let us know how the rest of your project goes!
dcnick96 wrote:Review the procedures section of the project. They provide some required lines of code and emphasize you read the instructions and look at the example code provided by Symantec. The key to programming is to start small. Don't try to achieve everything at once. Divide your project into sections, starting with an easy objective. Once your code works well and achieves that objective, move on to programming a bigger objective. Continue this process until you reach your final objective.
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