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3:23pm Wed 20th Apr, ANONYMOUS

"Michael Wise" <mi*h*e*.*i*[email protected]*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> ANONYMOUS wrote: > > > Hi, > > > > Shall we proecess the directory recursively? Can we assume that there are only files to be processed in the directory, no other files or directories? > > > > Thanks! > > Hi, > That depends on the Part you are tackling. For the second part, the spec says a directory is expected as the second argument. > > Cheers > MichaelW
Hi Michael, Yes, for the second part, a directory is expected as the second argument. But can we assume that the directory only includes txt files? If there are some directories, shall we process the files that inside thoses directories? For example, Dir1 |- text1.txt |- text2.txt |- pic.jpg |- Dir2 |- text3.txt |- text4.txt |- Dir3 |-text5.txt |-text6.txt If I input Dir1, which files should I process? Are they just text1.txt and text2.txt, or all the .txt file (from text1.txt to text6.txt) should be considered? Thanks!

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