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there. Can anyone tell me how will I able to see the changes to the verdict.bmp after I have written some codes in whodunit.c?

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In a terminal, make sure you're in the same directory as your whodunit.c.

Compile:

make whodunit

(make will find whodunit.c and based on some environment variables like CC and CFLAGS call clang with the right arguments)

Call your freshly compiled programme:

./whodunit clue.bmp verdict.bmp
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  • ./whodunit clue.bmp verdict.bmp , I did that but it returns "Unsupported file format " – user7519 Feb 21 '17 at 22:15
  • So is clue.bmp in same directory and of a supported file format? Maybe unzip the image again if you accidentally changed it. – Blauelf Feb 22 '17 at 7:07
  • I am doing this, even checked the solution on YouTube. I did the exact same things, but somehow in the IDE's file system verdict.bmp kind of did not refresh. Which is odd, since before every compiling and running I deleted the file and created a new one. The guy on the video did the same things and got the solution. Now I know who the killer is, but I am not happy since I had to check other's solutions for that (which were the same as mine......) – Radványi Balázs Nov 20 '17 at 11:33

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