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7:37pm Sun 15th May, Hanlin Z.

For only 1 txt file pass to our bash file, after we print the profile content out, do we need to remove the profile file? If we expect to keep it, how to name the file? I mean what name we need to give to the profile file? What about if we pass 2 txt files to the bash file?


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7:12pm Tue 17th May, Hanlin Z.

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9:30pm Tue 17th May, Michael W.

Hi Hanlin,* *) If the user provides 1 text file, your program should return the corresponding profile *) If the user provides 2 text file, your program should compute the two profiles, normalise each, compare the normalised profiles, after which the profiles are no longer required as they are not the point here. Fair enough? Cheers MichaelW


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9:35pm Tue 17th May, Hanlin Z.

hi sir, for the first situation, what name should the profile file be? should it be textfilename_profile.txt? like Lawson_profile.txt, Bleak_House_proile.txt etc.?


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10:04pm Tue 17th May, Michael W.

Hi Hanlin, Your program should simply print the profile or the comparison of texts, on standard output. I had to give these outputs a name in order to allow the web page to refer to them and thus show you. Cheers MichaelW

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