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update50 is no longer required. If you still see instructions in the current year problem sets to run it, please let us know which one(s) and we will fix.


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I don't think you saw the video properly. To run c executable files, you should use ./ and the executable file's name. So in this case it is ./hello


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We're in the process of updating the specs for the new IDE. Try ~cs50/2019/x/pset4/speller dictionaries/large texts/lalaland.txt


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Simply put, the file integer, the executable file, doesn't exist. Only the source code file integer.c exists. You need to make integer first, in order to compile the source code and produce the executable file integer. THEN, you can run it with the command ./integer. If this answers your question, please click on the check mark to accept. Let's keep up on ...


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"after I press Run." This doesn't sound like you are using the CS50 IDE (http://cs50.io). Or, if you are, you may not have created it using the CS50 template. If you think that's the case, here are instructions


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Old scores carry over, at least that's what they told us. And you have a typo, it's python, not phyton. Named after Monty Python ;-)


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I'm obviously new at this. The problem was that I was leaving a space between the ./ and the name of the file!


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