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How do I view my students code?

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I have required students to upload code, and that seems to be enforced.
I see in the Gradebook page that a student has solved two problems: how can I view their code?
from jeff parker · 1 year & 229 days ago · · 3 comments
Thanks to Edward Freedman for an answer

Click on "Grade Sheet"
For each student, you have a row: + for success, -2 for 2 unsuccessful attempts
Click on the + or -2, and you are taken to another page like a spread sheet
There is a comments "Correct" or "Wrong" which links to a new page
That page has 3 things: the data set from Rosalind, the student's answer, and (if the student submitted it) the student's code.

- jeff parker
from anonymous · 1 year & 229 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
Good Comment
Thanks to Edward Freedman for an answer

Click on "Grade Sheet"
For each student, you have a row: + for success, -2 for 2 unsuccessful attempts
Click on the + or -2, and you are taken to another page like a spread sheet
There is a comments "Correct" or "Wrong" which links to a new page
That page has 3 things: the data set from Rosalind, the student's answer, and (if the student submitted it) the student's code.
from anonymous · 1 year & 229 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
Good Comment
Thanks to Edward Freedman for an answer
Click on "Grade Sheet"
For each student, you have a row: + for success, -2 for 2 unsuccessful attempts
Click on the + or -2, and you are taken to another page like a spread sheet
There is a comments "Correct" or "Wrong" which links to a new page
That page has 3 things: the data set from Rosalind, the student's answer, and (if the student submitted it) the student's code.
from anonymous · 1 year & 229 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
Good Comment
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