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10:02pm Sat 16th Apr, Michael W.

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> Hi, I want to ask in general what kind of test cases would be applied against the submitted codes > e.g. are we expected to handle syntax errors such as "syntax error near unexpected token '('" if $1 == '('? > or that the codes would be tested against the markers' own version of the csv file, where there are differences to the assignment version such as: different column positions for the fields / irregular data etc.? > Thanks
Hi, The example you give is where the code would not run. That is a another matter entirely. What happens in that case is that if the marker can see a ready solution, then they'll implement the fix, run the code against the tests, but deduct 2 marks, as that would otherwise be a free kick. For the first part, the only file you will see will contain the data you see (and the columns that you exect. Of course, we can ask a range of questions on that data. Makes sense? Cheers MichaelW

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