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12:10pm Sun 28th Aug, Juliana SF.

Hello there, just have a few questions: 1. Do we have to create values(cron tasks) for every month of the year? Or do we only account for one month of the year? Not very clear in the project description. 2. How would you like us to submit in a single source code file? If the project requires more than one c file? Thank you, Juliana


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5:00pm Sun 28th Aug, Christopher M.

Hello Juliana, "Juliana Salazar Franco" <23*6*4*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> 1. Do we have to create values(cron tasks) for every month of the year? Or do we only account for one month of the year? Not very clear in the project description.
The crontab file is 'unlimited' in that it can contain requests to run commands at any date/time, in any month and any year. But we only need to simulate the execution of commands for a *particular* month (of the current year), as specified on the command-line.
> 2. How would you like us to submit in a single source code file? If the project requires more than one c file?
As per the Requirements, write and submit your project in a single source-code file named estimatecron.c

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