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Does anyone know if getting help from a post that contains spoilers is considered academically dishonest?

I'm not sure because even though the spoiler code in the post isn't an outright solution to the problem set, it does have someone else's broken code. Just want to make sure that I am not breaking any of the course's policies.

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For your own learning sake, I'd avoid spoilers on any post dealing with a problem that you haven't yet completed.

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  • Ok thank you so much!
    – tjtrains12
    Jul 19 '20 at 21:23

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