Is it ok if it doesn't pass the style check completely? Even the copy.c doesn't pass it because of the long/short names given. My resize.c code works properly, it is written like the class staff advices us to, so I wouldn't like it if I got a bad grade because of the variables' names.

Thanks. :)


While I am not staff, I can tell you that check50 is the program that does the grading for this course. It doesn't run the style50 check, so you're ok there, but it's still a good idea to address problems shown in style50 so that you become accustomed to automatically formatting your code cleanly.

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  • Thank you for your reply. I know, I always style50 my code. Here, it's just that the name of the variables is either too long or too short, but those were given by the staff. However, the computer won't know that. (ex., BITMAPINFOHEADER).
    – Lana
    Oct 16 '15 at 7:50
  • THere are times when you need to know when to break the rules. ;-) Following the staff's lead is one of them. In this case, the names come from the Microsoft bitmap standard, so embrace the bad and revel in it! ;-)
    – Cliff B
    Oct 16 '15 at 15:39
  • How to say "no" to that? ;)
    – Lana
    Oct 16 '15 at 18:34

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