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 UWA week 40 (2nd semester, week 10) ↓
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2:27pm Mon 3rd Oct, ANONYMOUS

Hi, Will we be provided with a sample solution for this project?


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2:36pm Mon 3rd Oct, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote:
> Will we be provided with a sample solution for this project?
Yes, as explained in this morning's lecture. Though I can't yet give you a date/time when, as I also need to finish Project-1 marking.


 UWA week 41 (2nd semester, week 11) ↓
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7:15pm Tue 11th Oct, ANONYMOUS

hello, for our project, can we follow exactly as the sample solution? so when you test run our code, is it going to be tested the same way as the sample solution? Including the -f trovefile option being silently ignored?


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7:49pm Tue 11th Oct, Christopher M.

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> hello, for our project, can we follow exactly as the sample solution? > > so when you test run our code, is it going to be tested the same way as the sample solution? > Including the -f trovefile option being silently ignored?
Your project will need to support the -f option. The sample solution cannot support it, as multiple people using the same server cannot all use the same default trove-fill name, or be permitted to write to an arbitrary location on the server.

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