Sure, removed. Apologies. I had assumed that exercises in the slides were fair game for sharing the solution. This does seem to be one of the troubles with online classes, the inability to have a public discussion about one's solutions.
We have the same trouble in the software engineering MOOC on edX that I administrate. For learning people need to be able to discuss their solutions, but also learning can be hampered if people look at other people's solutions prematurely.
It seems a shame we can't trust individuals not to act in a fashion that maximizes their own learning. I often think about having some sort of random problem generator that would mean that everyone would get a random set of problems to work on. In our software engineering MOOC the students are learning ruby, so I fantasize about a simple ruby problem generator that would make random ruby questions. That might be even easier to do here with the assembly language instructions.
The bigger solution I have for the software engineering MOOC is have everyone work on projects which are each unique of themselves. Anyways - I got some helpful feedback from another user based on having posted my solution here. Perhaps there should be a special section of the forum where solutions are allowed to be posted?
Sam Joseph, Ph.D.
Department of Computer Science
Hawaii Pacific University