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Default 11-06-2007, 09:45 PM

Originally Posted by DickBaldwin View Post
If I had a child enrolled in a programming course where the teacher required the students to write shooter programs, I would write a letter of complaint to the school board, recommend that the teacher be fired, and remove my student from the class.
For each project we get assigned in class, we're required to make a world with specific requirements. For instance, the first project had several requirements including exchanges of dialogue, use of the vehicle property, among others. Each of our subsequent projects have very different requirements, and it just so happens that we're required to make a game where objects are shot at in this case.

It would be nice to have more wiggle room when doing these assignments for the sake of originality, but I figure that the reason why we're so limited is because students might work around the focus of the project, and bypass concepts that we're expected to learn.
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