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 UWA week 37 (2nd semester, week 7) ↓
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3:05pm Mon 12th Sep, ANONYMOUS

if the sample solution see JAN as invalid input, but I programmed my project to accept it and converted it into jan and program continues, would I not be able to get the full mark? Do we wat our program to output exactly same as sample solution?


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4:02pm Mon 12th Sep, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote:
> if the sample solution see JAN as invalid input, but I programmed my project to accept it and converted it into jan and program continues, would I not be able to get the full mark?
To avoid any confusion (when marking) it would be better if your program did *not* convert the alphabetic case, as that turns an invalid input into a valid one (extending the project specification).
> Do we wat our program to output exactly same as sample solution?
No, not at all. Only the final line of output matters.


 UWA week 40 (2nd semester, week 10) ↓
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6:45pm Sun 9th Oct, ANONYMOUS

hello I have a question about the files. let's say I built a file with this command: -f testfile -b and with only textfile being in the file list, I search for the word vehicles using this command: -f test and it returns this: /home/trove-sample/data/textfiles/older/autonomous-vehicles which is fine, but when I run the command(search the trove-file) again without stating -f test, which means it should be searching in /tmp/trove now, it returns the same output too. But /tmp/trove is empty because I didnt build it yet. Does this mean the default name is now testfile? But shouldn't the new trove-file only replace an existing trove-file of the same name? Thank you!


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6:55pm Sun 9th Oct, ANONYMOUS

hello, sorry this might be a repost because I don't see it in my page :( I have a question about files let's say I built a file with this command: -f test -b with only textfiles in the filelist, then I search for the word vehicles with this command: -f test and it returns this output: /home/trove-sample/data/textfiles/older/autonomous-vehicles which is fine, but when I search for the word again(this time without stating -f test in the command), it still returns the same output. It should be searching in /tmp/trove because I did not state any files and it should not return any output because I didn't build /tmp/trove yet. So my question is, is test the default file now? So a new trove-file will replace an existing trove-file every time? thank you!

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