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 UWA week 35 (2nd semester, week 6) ↓
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12:59pm Mon 29th Aug, Christopher M.

> Hi, I was wondering how we can read into any file, given that we don't have that particular file stored in our local computer. For example, when marking our source code, how would our work read the given sample data? This is what I'm still confused about.
You will submit your project's source code, it will be compiled, and then run by providing filenames on its command-line. Your project will be tested with files other than the samples from the project sheet. Your project should not rely on fixed filenames, stored in fixed locations. (we also usually say 'reading in files' so as not to confuse it with 'writing into files')

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