Wrap Up

Congratulations! You have now created several Python programs and completed your first programming lab!

Filling Out the README.md

The final task before submitting every lab is to edit the README file in the lab assignment repository. Each week, you’ll be asked to answer questions regarding collaboration, references used (if any), and the Honor Code.

A reminder to make sure you have consulted the Honor Code policy in the course syllabus for information about how to sign the Honor Code and about acceptable collaboration in CSCI 150! Your instructor is also happy to answer any questions about the Honor Code when it comes up throughout the semester.


You must complete the README file in order to receive a lab grade. If your README file has not been completely filled out by the lab due date, your grade may be blank in Blackboard until it is completed.


Let’s take a moment to make sure that we haven’t missed anything. Below are the items that are required for Lab 1.

Lab ComponentsPoints
greetings.py4 points
fancy.py8 points
simple.py6 points
compounding.py6 points
tvtime.py10 points
README.md & WARMUP.mdMandatory

As noted previously in Warmup Part D, please make sure these files are committed and pushed to your GitHub repository in addition to working in your Codespace. The teaching team will grade whatever code is in your most recent commit.

You can check information on the repository page, “Feedback” Pull Request, and/or commit history to confirm whether your most recent edits are online.