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3:50pm Thu 14th Apr, Chuanhe L.

hi, this is chuanhe a quick question about q2 for -nth option; "If there are equal highest ranks, just return the first that your program finds" for the the equal numbers, does it mean the first one reported is only based on my own program which means no common rules for selecting one of the equal numbers? I just wanna make sure because it could get different results from different programs written by people. Best regards, Chuanhe Liu


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10:53am Fri 15th Apr, Ryan B.

"Chuanhe Liu" <22*9*5*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> hi, > this is chuanhe > > a quick question about q2 for -nth option; > "If there are equal highest ranks, just return the first that your program finds" > > for the the equal numbers, does it mean the first one reported is only based on my own program which means no common rules for selecting one of the equal numbers? I just wanna make sure because it could get different results from different programs written by people. > > Best regards, > Chuanhe Liu
Hey Chuanhe! As Michael has mentioned, when marking we will be eyeballing all solutions with respect to our own sample (rather than doing a automated check) - so you can have faith that in this instance, provided you get 'one' of the equal numbers, it will be 'correct'. As a fan of the keep-it-simple solution (and based on the approach in the lab) it is likely clear what the 'simplest' approach would be. Hope this helps, Ryan

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