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4:59am Fri 9th Sep, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote:
> This might be a bit of a request but if possible, do you think you could list a bunch of inputs for the files so we can thoroughly check our codes? It's pretty difficult to come up with an extensive list of inputs for debugging :-( > > I understand if it's too much! Thank you
This question was also asked in Workshop-5; unfortunately it's still the same answer - no. It's part of your learning for the project to anticipate the possible types of commands and their times. But, there really are no (possible) tricks or edge-cases to worry about. Each of the 5 date/time fields are well defined with a number range, or an '*' (meaning all possible valid integers), or from a list of strings. And each command (line) in the crontab-file, and its execution, is independent of all other lines. It doesn't require an extensive list of input combinations to test this project.

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