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Now that all students with Special Considerations and UAAPs appear to have submitted their 1st projects, you may download the sample solution from: [CITS2002] The sample solution provides TWO versions of iterating over the minutes of the requested month, and thus prints TWO copies of the all-important final line: iterate_over_all_minutes_v1() manages dates/times using the C library function localtime() and iterate_over_all_minutes_v2() performs the date/time arithmetic itself. Providing both solutions adds about 30 lines to the solution. The sample solution also has a reasonable amount of informational 'debug' statements, which further adds another 30 lines. PLEASE have a look over the sample solution and ask any questions you have about its design or how it works (if the comments are unclear). ______ And thank you to the 89 (of 390) students who completed the end-of-project survey. You may view the responses and comments from your peers, and my responses to some comments, from: [CITS2002] As ever, further discussion and feedback is welcome.

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