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bfSize different colors resize pset4

I just cannot stop getting funky different colors when I resize, and I see it must be some padding issue. I used the specs and peek to compare my file student.bmp with the staff.bmp. It shows in red ...
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pset4 peek error

Ok, this is what I get for ~/workspace/pset4/bmp/ $ ~cs50/pset4/peek large.bmp offset type name argv[1] 0 WORD bfType 4d42 ... Do I miss something, shouldn't it ...
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How do I copy the file small.bmp from my workspace into the ~cs50/pset4 workspace so I can use peek?

There are no .bmp files in ~cs50/pset4 to test with peek. How can I copy .bmp files from my workspace to ~cs50/pset4?
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What is peek and how do you use it?

I keep reading about how people on here use "peek" to check the header info for pset4. I found that peek is a program under ~cs50/pset4 and when I run it it says- Usage: file [file] What am I ...
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Unknown problem for pset4 resize

Alright. This code is performing VERY spastically- sometimes passing peek, never passing check50, not always changing height and width properly, and never changing coloration properly. I know it has a ...
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pset4 peek not opening file

I'd like to compare the files I'm resizing with the original but peek will not work. It keeps on telling me that it can't open the file. What's going on? @ide50:~/workspace $ ~cs50/pset4/peek small....
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How does peek work?

I figured out how to use peek with resize pset4. But I don't really know if I understand how it works.. The information is written in green, does that mean something? Also I see argv[1] and argv[2] ...
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pset4(resize) - Failing Check50 for all "resizes... when n is..."

As far as I can tell my program works as intended. When I execute my program and compare its result with the same result produced by the sample program they are identical in every way. They look the ...