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I recently updated my Mario program to the point where I believe it can potentially run, I have tried to saved it but when I go to make Mario the same error of :-; (statement) from the old code runs. How can I update so I can run the new code? Thank you!!

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    What error do you get? :-; is not very helpful. – i_am_david Jul 31 '15 at 2:42
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    Are you sure that you are saving the file in the same location that you are running make? – Cliff B Jul 31 '15 at 4:55
  • The error: expected ' ; ' in statement specifier for ( int i = 0 : i < n: i++ ) BUt that was before I updated the file and made significant changes including fixing the semi colon. – Joseph Aaron Woodward Jul 31 '15 at 15:05
  • @CliffB If I am saving in under drop box pset1 in the jharvard appliance and making it run there isn't that the right location? Also I know this sounds like a simple question but is make mario the same as compiling it or is that making the program run? Thank you for the help – Joseph Aaron Woodward Jul 31 '15 at 15:11
  • @CliffB I figured it out after I entered cd~/Dropbox – Joseph Aaron Woodward Jul 31 '15 at 17:12
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Are you sure that you are saving the file in the same location that you are running make? – Cliff B 12 hours ago

The error: expected ' ; ' in statement specifier for ( int i = 0 : i < n: i++ ) BUt that was before I updated the file and made significant changes including fixing the semi colon. – Joseph Aaron Woodward 2 hours ago

@CliffB If I am saving in under drop box pset1 in the jharvard appliance and making it run there isn't that the right location? Also I know this sounds like a simple question but is make mario the same as compiling it or is that making the program run? Thank you for the help – Joseph Aaron Woodward 2 hours ago

@CliffB I figured it out after I entered cd~/Dropbox – Joseph Aaron Woodward 2 mins ago

Glad you sorted it out. Please accept this answer to close the question and remove it from the unanswered question queue. thanks.

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  • I'm having the same problem, I think. Could you tell me how you resolved it please? – Hoppy Spadge Aug 30 '15 at 19:32

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