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12:24pm Tue 2nd Aug, ANONYMOUS

when I copy the code and trying to executed it, it says error

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2:13pm Tue 2nd Aug, Christopher M.

> when I copy the code and trying to executed it, it says error
It actually says more than just "error", it explicitly reports the problem. In fact, the problem is detected and reported by the rotate program itself, not by the shell or any other systems program. You need to invoke the rotate program with a single command-line argument - a word whose letters you wish it to rotate. From within a terminal window: ./rotate hello should execute correctly. This is described on the webpage under the heading: Basic Compilation and Execution Good luck,

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