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5:55pm Tue 2nd Apr, ANONYMOUS

"Michael Wise" <mi*h*e*.*i*e@u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> "Nathan Reed" <24*1*0*4@s*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote: > > > Is BC allowed as part of our code or is BC classed as something "advanced" and using it will limit our score to a maximum of 12? > > Hi Nathan, short answers are No and Yes. Longer answer, bc is a small language similar to awk in concept, though more limited. The point of this assignment is get you using the language structures we have covered in the unit, literate programming, antibugging, etc. In addition, ise of more advanced (for now) features unfairly disadvantages those who really are tackling the material for the first time. Fair enough? > > Cheers > MichaelW > 🧑‍🎨
Thank you for this professor, I am still confused that can we use bc or no, Kindly respond because in one condition without using bc I am facing issue.

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