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actually had a business person reporting oriented application happen in the early 90s on unix. shell script that did some stuff, piped it to sort which then piped...
puzzled emoticon here That's exactly what I meant when I said "Incomplete".
Look. There nothing sinful about an incomplete. JMF had a roommate in college who walked into a math lecture late one day. On the blackboard was a problem that the prof had introduced as insoluable. However, the roommate missed this statement.
Three months later, after not attending any school, no homework completed, no clbuttes, no tests, nothing,..he proved the theorem.
Now, the school, not being enlightened by woodenheadedness, allowed this kid to continue working without bugging him. All profs have him an incomplete for all his clbuttes. And he caught up with the degree requirements later. This was a school who 1. knew their students 2. were aware of what each kid was doing 3. knew when to leave them alone.
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It all depends on the interpretation of "unable to finish the course due to circumstances beyond their control." What my university means by this...
This was a school whose profs had done work on the plant and other clbuttified stuff. They knew brilliance when they saw it and they nutured it.
Incomplete is not a sin punishable by rest; it is a statement that the work for the course was not completed within the spec'ed timeframe. PERIOD! Now, any kid worth the salt will complete the required work. To erase the requirement just because the kid didn't finish within the spec'ed timeframe is abhorrent, dangerous, and completely contrary to what the kid is paying for.