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rjagodowski
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IMPORTANT UPDATE: To free up I/O pins on the BS2 board, Part 2 of the exam has been changed to the following:

"Incorporate a "Cross Walk Switch" which when pressed will allow the traffic lights to finish their current cycle, Turn on the RED lights for all 4 directions, flash an additional ORANGE LED as a cross-walk signal at a frequency between 1 to 3 Hz while a 7-segment LED display lights segments a, g & d successively for 3 seconds each. You should fully complete this part before proceeding to step #3."

This will only require 3 I/O pins for the 7-segment display instead of the 7 for a complete display.

The exam attached below has been modified to reflect this change.

Please find attached the assignment for Exam #1 for EET-260 for the Spring 2019 semester. Printed copies of this exam will be distributed in class on Monday, 2/11/2019. This is a take home exam. It is due on or before 11:30 a.m. on Friday, March 8, 2019 (This is the Friday right before Spring break). Late submissions will be penalized. Your completed stoplight program must be demonstrated to your instructor to receive credit for the exercise. Each of the 3 parts must be demonstrated to receive full credit for that aspect of the assignment.

All documentation and diagrams must be completed both in hardcopy and electronically.

Be sure to follow instructions carefully and make the proper posts as indicated as a Reply to this Topic. An example of your finished posts is given below. Good Luck.
Exam #1 Problem v19.2.pdf
rjagodowski
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February 11, 2019: I began working on the BoeBot stop-light problem.

February 28, 2019:
I completed my project, successfully demonstrated all aspects of the program to my instructor, have submitted the hardcopy and have emailed the required zipped files to my instructor.
mlgiguere0001
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2/11/19 Began working on stop light problem

3/05/19 Demonstrated completed program (part 1,2, & 3) Verified by RJ, 3/5. All three parts worked as assigned.

3/07/19 Reports submitted -printed & electronic
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jlamoutte0001
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Tuesday (2/12/19): I began the Traffic Light Exam. Basic traffic with one set of lights.
Thursday(2/14/19): Variables were created. Two way light functional.
Sunday (2/17/19): Subroutines created. Timer added.
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Tuesday 2/19/19 i began working on my Exam.

Thursday 3/7/19 I demonstrated that my programs for parts 1, 2, and 3 work. I submitted both hard copy and electronic submissions.

Verified by RJ, 3/5. All three parts worked as assigned, minor button-reading issue.
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djean0001
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2/20/ 2019 I began working on the traffic light exam 1.
All 3 parts have been demonstrated by me to Rick on 03/08/2019.
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TrafficLightprogrampart3CR.txt with part 1.txt
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crlapan
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February 13, 2019: I began working on the Basic Stamp Traffic Light Simulation Exam.

March 3/8/19 I demonstrated that my programs for parts 1, 2, and 3 work. I submitted both hard copy and electronic submissions.
rmgoulet0001
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I was able to show that I got the button to read and I was able to get the lights to properly cycle through.

flowchart
https://drive.google.com/file/d/18fSsYM ... sp=sharing

visio
https://drive.google.com/file/d/13PfwAv ... sp=sharing
ajfranqui0001
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3/1 Friday- I began working on my exam 1


3/8 Friday- I was able to demonstrate my program for step 1. I submitted both hard copy and electronic submission.
jlewis0001
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Demonstrated, completed and files submitted
almarafuga0001
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Demonstrated BoeBot last week and all 3 worked. (Couldn't find where to post)
rgomez0001
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2-27-19 Spent a short period of time working on the lab, long hours quick trouble shooting helped by classmates.

3-1-19 Presented last day, 11am and submitted electronic and paper copies of all of my work.
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2-27-19 Spent a short period of time working on the lab, long hours quick trouble shooting helped by classmates.

3-1-19 Presented last day, 11am and submitted electronic and paper copies of all of my work.
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