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10:06am Tue 26th Apr, Michael W.

"Marc Eynaud" <23*5*0*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> Hi! > > >From my understanding, the .zip file for submission should contain the following files: > > - incedenceOfMalaria.csv > - malaria_incidence > - common_words > > However, do we also add the test directory with .txt files for Part 2 of the assignment? > Like so: > > - incedenceOfMalaria.csv > - malaria_incidence > - common_words > - text-file|- text1.txt > |- text2.txt > |- text3.txt > > Or perhaps is it the case that our examiners be testing our "custom_words" program in a different environment than our zip file? > Thank you in advance for the clarification.
Hi Marc, Better not to add the text_files because of the space that will consume across all the people in the class. I will be using my own versions of the incidenceOfMalaria.csv and the text files, so it makes no difference whether you include your own or not. Cheers MichaelW

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