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createClassFile.pl: This Perl script takes two parameters, the course name, such as CS522, and
the semester, such as F2003. It forms the class name CS522F2003 and reads
the student information file (stulist.txt), which was downloaded from the Student
Information System before, and generates a tab delimited text file for
creating the spreadsheet <class>Grade.txt. For each student in the
list, it checks if the students has an account on our CS Unix machines If
not, it creates an entry in the <class>NeedLoginList.txt file. The
generated spreadsheet text file contains the name, login, Class PriCollege
PriDegree PriMaj1 Phone, HW1-8, MidTerm, Final, Project, Bonus, Finalpoint,
and Grade Columns. It creates a <class>MailList.txt consisting of
all students' email address on cs.uccs.edu and can be used to set up class
photo1.pl: This perl script takes the course name and semeters name, reads in the relate <class>Grade.txt file, creates the photo album web pages, and copies the images in students' public_html directory with <login>.jpg name to the images directory of the class web site (~<class>/public_html/images). You may need to run this several times at the first two weeks to copy the students' images. Here is the sample of photo album generated.
cs691creserve.htm: A student can type in their CS Unix machines login and password, and reserve
a particular time slot. The request will be processed by cs691creserve.pl Perl scripts. It uses dbm file an the reserved.htm in reserve directory
to keep track of the reservation status. For password checking, it reads
the login and plain password from a password file. This password is different
from that of CS Unix password. Use promotion as a login and ed2003chow as
password for your test and try this link for the demo.