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few questions before submission

 
Pervez Ahmed
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Hi all,
Please let me know what you think..
1. Is it permissible to send batch files that will run the server and client, instead of sending the command line text?
2. The instructions state, "You must provide basic user documentation". Does this mean the README.txt? In this file do I include the steps of actually booking and searching for flights. I'm confused because README.txt only requires steps to execute the program and not necessarily the steps to use the application.
 
Peter den Haan
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Originally posted by Pervez Ahmed:
1. Is it permissible to send batch files that will run the server and client, instead of sending the command line text?
Who says the examiner is using Windows?
2. The instructions state, "You must provide basic user documentation". Does this mean the README.txt?
No. The README is for the examiner. Your user documentation is for the hypothetical end user. I created a simple HTML manual with some screenshots and instructions for the basic actions (search a flight, book a seat... what else can you do?). At your discretion you can turn this into some form of online help facility.
- Peter
 
Pervez Ahmed
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Along with batch files for Windows env., I've also got .sh files to run in a UNIX env.
So if I understand correctly, you also included a userguide.html as part of your submission.
 
Mark Spritzler
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Pervez,
I had had batch files that I had used to run mine, but removed them before I submitted.
I only had the command line in my readme.txt
Mark
 
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