|File Naming Scheme for Calculus One Rochester Course
|topic started 1/25/2003; 10:13:06 PM
last post 1/27/2003; 10:31:29 AM
|Arnold K. Pizer - Re: File Naming Scheme for Calculus One Rochester Course
1/27/2003; 10:31:29 AM (reads: 1037, responses: 0)
There is no fixed convention but see below. If you write a problem which is similar to a problem in Stewart or some other text, it would be better to mention this fact in the comments at the top of the problem.
That said, in the past people have used names such as s2_4_32.pg for a problem which is similar to the problem 32 in chapter 2, section 4.
At Rochester we are now using the following convention:
For problems in the directory setProbability17Expectation we use file names such as ur_pr_17_4.pg to denote the 4th problem in the section 17 (Expectation) of the Probability area. The ur indicates this problem was written at UR.