Initials (Due 24 June 2013)

In this program you will write out the initials of your name in uppercase and in block letters. Each letter must be at least 8 characters in height. You will experiment with the width so that your output is aesthetically pleasing. There must be a period after each letter. Each letter of your initials should be made out of that character like so:


     H     H     TTTTTTTT
     H     H        TT
     H     H        TT
     HHHHHHH        TT
     HHHHHHH        TT
     H     H        TT
     H     H ..     TT ..
     H     H ..     TT ..

The program that you will be writing will be called Initials.py. Run your program on the command line. The file will have a header whose format is given below. The header must precede any Python code that you write.


#  File: Initials.py

#  Description:

#  Student Name:

#  Student UT EID:

#  Course Name: CS 303E

#  Unique Number: 

#  Date Created:

#  Date Last Modified:

############################################################################

YOUR PYTHON CODE STARTS HERE


You have to have a CS account to use the turnin system. Use the link below to create one:

https://apps.cs.utexas.edu/udb/newaccount/

Do remember your CS username and CS password that you created. You must use that on the CS turnin system. To protect your privacy neither I nor my TAs have access to your account. If you forget your password you can change your password at

https://apps.cs.utexas.edu/udb/passwd/

If you still are having problems with your account, you can e-mail udb@cs.utexas.edu and copy me on that e-mail.

Use the turnin program to submit your Initials.py file. The TA should receive your work by 11 PM on Monday, 24 June 2013. There will be substantial penalties if you do not adhere to the guidelines.