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1:25pm Mon 3rd Oct, Christopher M.

"Cohen Rafiq" <23*4*9*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> Are the words that can be stored in the dictionary words that are valid in a dictionary of words or any sequence of characters? (would you store something like: jdskjdku). If it is just any sequence of characters, the task has outlined that it is only alphanumeric characters but are the words separated by any non-alphanumeric character of only certain one like " ", "-", "\n". eg: would a word like "cow's" be stored as [cows] or [cow,s]
The project sheet says: "Some example words are: main, Australia, and GTHO351. The character sequence COVID-19 contains 2 words" Yes, you would store "jdskjdku". The project sheet does not mention the word "dictionary". Alphanumeric characters form the words, non-alphanumeric characters separate the words.

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