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4:38pm Thu 12th May, Daniel S.

To understand Michael's approach, please go back and look at his word counter code from the lectures. His tips on solving this assignment are very similar to how he has made his word counter. - "a sequence of things you want to keep": Michael is suggesting that you remove everything from the file except the words/characters/whatever that you are going to count, one per line - "a stream of tokens": Michael is suggesting that you convert each thing into a corresponding token Imagine you have a file containing the following string: "Jack, and Jill" As a sequence of things, one per line: Jack , and Jill Now, as a sequence of tokens: word comma word word The tokens can then be easily counted using awk or even grep (but awk is more efficient).

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