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6:13am Wed 31st Aug, Christopher M.

> I just rewatched the workshop and realised the sample solution consists of 380 lines. My bad. A big part of my code is from lecture slides, though, for example: reading in files. I hope that's valid.
The sample solution, today (it keeps getting improved!), has 520 lines, of which 390 are lines of code (including all its debug statements). You may run the following shell commands to count yours:
/bin/echo -n 'total lines:   ' ; wc -l < estimatecron.c
/bin/echo -n 'lines of code: ' ; grep -v '^//' < estimatecron.c | grep -v '^$' | wc -l
And, yes, you may use all code that I've written/provided from lectures, and workshop and labsheet solutions, without attribution. That's one reason it's provided, and there's no point rewriting/paraphrasing such code if it works for you.

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