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Hello!

I have two questions that I hope someone can help out with!

Q1) I just finished writing my solution for pset2-Caesar in CS50 Lab- When I try to check it with check50 I get an error message as shown in the attached picture. Why?

Q2) I finished (and thought I had submitted) the mandatory four programs for CS50 pset 1 in 2018 (Scratch, Hello, Mario and cash) and uploaded them to https://cs50.me/submissions. But when I logged in to cs50.me/courses I wee within the CS50x 2019 Scores that only Scratch seems to be submitted. What to do? enter image description here enter image description here

Thank you before hand!

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  • did you see the grades in 2018? can you post a screenshot of your cs50.me/submissions page? – curiouskiwi Feb 10 '19 at 19:33
  • no I did not, which I also found a bit weird. I might not have fully submitted them? – thonje Feb 12 '19 at 9:31
  • edited my answer – curiouskiwi Feb 12 '19 at 19:34
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To answer your first question, check50 is not available in the Lab. (check50 is not introduced until Week 3 when you will move to the IDE).

edit To answer your second question, you are only seeing a score for Scratch because that was submitted in 2018. Your other programs were submitted in 2019, but you used the 2018/x submit50 code.

You'll need to resubmit those using the 2019 specifications. (Note that both Hello and Mario have slightly different requirements in 2019).

To find the 2019 specs, go to the main CS50x course page and follow the link for Week 1 in the yellow box.

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  • Okay! Thanks you! – thonje Feb 12 '19 at 9:26
  • you should rate and mark the answer as correct if it helped you so that people will know it has been correctly answered. – myckhel Feb 15 '19 at 12:56
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Answer 1: This is the proper way from the pset page

check50 cs50/2018/x/caesar

but we are now in 2019

check50 cs50/2019/x/caesar

Caeser Pset Page

Answer 2: In the picture it shows that you just submitted the pset in 2019 which wont submit

Since CS50 intsructed students this way

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Hello, world! This is CS50x 2019.
New to CS50? Scroll down for next steps!
Are you a student in high school who'd like to take CS50 for AP credit? See CS50 AP.
If you started CS50x before 2019 but didn't finish, not to worry. Scores from past years will be automatically imported into CS50x 2019 (by the second week of January) so your progress won't be lost! However, moving forward, you must submit CS50x 2019's problem sets.
    If you didn't submit any problem sets last year, resume your studies with Week 0 and Problem Set 0 of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Set 0 last year, resume your studies with Week 1 and Problem Set 1 of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Sets 0 and 1 last year, resume your studies with Week 2 and Problem Set 2 of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Sets 0 – 2 last year, resume your studies with Week 2 and Problem Set 3 of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Sets 0 – 3 last year, resume your studies with Week 3 and Problem Set 3 of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Sets 0 – 4 last year, resume your studies with Week 4 and Problem Set 4 of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Sets 0 – 5 last year, resume your studies with Week 5 and Problem Set 5 of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Sets 0 – 6 last year, resume your studies with Week 5 and Problem Set 5 (but you may skip psets 6 & 7) of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Sets 0 – 7 last year, resume your studies with Week 5 and Problem Set 5 (but you may skip psets 6,7 & 8) of CS50x 2019.
    If you submitted Problem Sets 0 – 8 last year, resume your studies with Week 10 and the Final Project of CS50x 2019.

Welcome to CS50! <3 

You shouldnt have submitted 2018 pset in 2019

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